Good morning, Quad-Cities. Our up-and-down winter continues. As we emerge from our first deep freeze, we'll hit freezing rain before returning to temperatures in the 40s.
Today will be sunny with a high near 28, but the wind chill could drop temps as low as zero.
Tonight will be increasingly cloudy with a low around 22.
Sunday is the day to watch out for. Expect freezing rain and sleet until noon. At some point in the afternoon, the continuing freezing rain turns to rain as temps rise to 34. The chance of precipitation is 100 percent.
Sunday night, a 70 percent chance of rain continues until midnight as the temperature holds at 34.
There's a 30 percent chance of rain Monday during the day, and a 50 percent chance Monday night. The high will be near 44 and the low around 37.