Damaging Winds and 1-Inch Hail Possible in Illinois-Iowa Quad Cities Sunday

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Quad Cities, IA/IL – The Illinois-Iowa Quad Cities region is facing a significant weather threat this Sunday, with the potential for damaging winds and large hail. Morning fog will give way to partly sunny skies, but the calm conditions are expected to change by the afternoon.

According to the US National Weather Service, there is a slight chance (15%) of isolated showers or thunderstorms developing between 4 and 8 PM. As the evening progresses, scattered showers and thunderstorms are predicted to spread from west to east, bringing potentially severe weather conditions.

The most concerning period will be from 2 PM to 8 PM, when isolated severe storms are possible. These storms could produce wind gusts up to 60 mph and hailstones as large as one inch in diameter. Residents are advised to stay updated on weather alerts and take necessary precautions to protect themselves and their property.

High temperatures will range from 77-82°F, providing a warm backdrop to the stormy weather. Tonight, temperatures will drop to lows between 59-65°F.

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