Iowa – Illinois Weather Forecast: Heavy Rain Expected Midweek


Share post:

Quad Cities, IA/IL – The National Weather Service (NWS) predicts significant rainfall for parts of Iowa and Illinois starting Tuesday night and continuing into Wednesday. The remnants of Tropical Storm Beryl are expected to bring heavy rains, with a 40-60% chance of rainfall exceeding one inch southeast of a line from Springfield, IL to Kankakee, IL.

According to the National Hurricane Center, Beryl’s remnants will remain southeast of the Quad Cities forecast area. Early Monday morning, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will clear, making way for decreasing clouds throughout the day. Low rain chances persist through Wednesday, with potential afternoon and evening storms.

The five-day forecast shows varied weather conditions. Monday will see scattered morning showers with highs between 79°F and 84°F. Tuesday brings a slight chance (15-20%) of showers and thunderstorms in western Illinois and northeast Missouri, with highs from 80°F to 83°F. Wednesday will have similar conditions, with highs reaching 83°F. Thursday and Friday will be sunny and increasingly humid, with highs rising to 88°F by the end of the week.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Related articles

Missouri Heat Advisory: 110° Heat Index and Health Warnings

St. Louis, MO - Missouri is preparing for a dangerous heat wave expected to hit today and Monday,...

Minnesota Twin Cities Brace for Isolated Thunderstorms and Hail Today

Minneapolis, MN - The Twin Cities are set to experience isolated thunderstorms and the potential for large hail...

Iowa Weather Alert: Heat Advisory, Scattered Storms Likely Sunday for Quad Cities

Davenport, IA — Iowa and Illinois residents should brace for intense heat and humidity today, with temperatures feeling...

North Carolina Weather Alert: Dangerous Rip Currents Expected at Coastal Beaches

Newport, NC - North Carolina residents and visitors should prepare for continued warm temperatures and life-threatening rip currents...