Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Warm Tomorrow, But No Record

More rain is on the way to the Mississippi and Illinois Valley through Friday, but so are warmer temperatures.  Highs today will make it into the low-to-mid-80s and the upper-80s Thursday.

That 88° projected high Thursday in the Quad Cities will fall short of the 93° record high for the date.

From this point on, the record high temperature in the Quad Cities is 99° and that occurred on September 29, 1953.

For October, the record high is 95°.  That was achieved on October 3, 2006.

In the Quad Cities, the record high for the month of November is 80° and that was reached on two occasions, both on the first day of the month -- the first time was in 1933 and the second time was in 2000.

And, for December, the record high in the Quad Cities is 71° on December 4, 1998.

CBS4 Meteorologist Anthony Peoples

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