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