A good Friday morning, Quad-Cities. You’re waking up to 20 degrees and fair skies. Here’s your National Weather Service forecast. Today will be sunny with a high near 37 degrees and low around 23 degrees.

Snow appears on the way for the weekend.

For the immediate Quad-Cities, Saturday will be partly sunny with a high near 39 degrees. Winds will be from the northeast.

Saturday night we’ll likely see some snow after 1 a.m. with new snow accumulation of less than one inch possible. The overnight low will be around 26 degrees.

A winter storm watch for Louisa County in Iowa and Mercer County in Illinois goes in effect Saturday night and will continue through Sunday night with 4-8 inches of snow and winds forecasted for those counties as the snow storm is expected to take a southern route through the region.

For Sunday, snow is likely in the Q-C with a high near 34 degrees and a low around 24 degrees.

The good news is that the snow won't last long.

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