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It was feeling more like July outside than the last day of September on Saturday... and the numbers don't lie. 90s were seen everywhere and it included records being broken. Here's two from the National Weather Service in the Quad Cities:

The warmth will persist into early next week with a big ridge of high pressure in overhead:

This is a strong high pressure system, especially for the time of year - that's what contributed to the temperatures breaking records! Temperatures will likely be within a few degrees of records once again on Sunday:

Another mild day on Monday with sunny skies:

And another bump up Tuesday ahead of a cold front:

The front will lead to scattered showers and storms late Tuesday into early Wednesday:

That will bring in fall weather for the end of the week. That big high pressure (warm air blob) gets replaced by low pressure (cooler air blob):

Not so much sweater weather around for a few more days, but it'll be here soon!

Rebecca Kopelman


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