It was a fine (yet still breezy) day across the Upper Midwest Saturday. It's going to be a little cooler and cloudier on Sunday, though.
A storm will move through the Midwest which will bring rain and snow to some in the afternoon.
The European model remains the most bullish on accumulation...
The GFS is weaker and further east...
The latest NAM and hi-resolution NAM are both closer to the European solution.
So it does appear that some minor snowfall accumulation is likely near and east of the Quad Cities. There after temperatures will rebound nicely as we begin the new week. High temperatures Monday -
High temperatures Tuesday -
This is ahead of another storm system that will move in midweek and bring scattered showers and thunderstorms through Friday.
There will be some periods of heavy rain, too. Something we'll have more details on in the coming days.