It’s the middle of March and we’re waking up to wind chills near zero or below zero after our recent snowstorm.
Milder air is on the way for the rest of the week into the weekend and early next week. We’ll see highs in the 40s and 50s and some hometowns may even reach 60° by next Monday.
But, for now, we’re still dealing with the aftermath of the snowstorm that started Sunday night and moved out early Tuesday.
Officially, 6.1″ of snow accumulated in Davenport, Iowa, and Moline, Illinois, picked up 5.9″. My forecast was for 5-7″ of snow for the metro area.
For the winter, we’re still below average on snowfall in the Quad Cities. However, we’re slightly ahead of where we were at this time last winter.
22.4″ is the official total for the Quad Cities in Moline this winter. Davenport is up to 25.2″.