winter

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This winter was drier and warmer than usual in the Quad Cities. 

https://www.weather.gov/media/dvn/sitreport/SitReport1.pdf / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

For more information click HEREWinter Snow WATCH SitReport by Michelle O'Neill on Scribd (Source)

https://www.weather.gov/media/dvn/sitreport/SitReport1.pdf / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

Winter storm warnings will go into effect later today with rain, sleet, ice, and snow in the forecast. 

file:///C:/Users/wvik_news/Desktop/SitReport1.pdf / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

Here's the latest "situation report" from the U.S. National Weather Service of the Quad Cities:

Sit Report 1 by WVIKnews on Scribd

https://www.weather.gov/media/dvn/Hydro/NWSQuadCitiesAdvancedSpringFloodOutlook_112019.pdf / National Weather Service of the Quad Cities

This wet, cold weather does not bode well for the chances of flooding next spring.

Michelle O'Neill reports meteorologists at the National Weather Service in the Quad Cities are concerned because current, high river levels and precipitation this fall already point to an increased risk of spring flooding.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

It was colder overnight, in fact, colder than ever recorded in the Quad Cities. The National Weather Service in Davenport says the low temperature at the Quad City Airport was minus -33 degrees. 

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Two local transportation agencies are helping homeless people during the cold spell. 

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

As people and plows remove snow from sidewalks and roads, meteorologists are warning them to prepare for brutally cold temperatures.

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

Snow on top of rain and freezing rain is creating hazardous conditions tonight. The National Weather Service office in Davenport says the Quad Cities is on the edge of a winter storm that could produce up to six inches of snow. 

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

People who can't find shelter at night will have a warm place to sleep this winter. This morning, the Quad Cities Housing Cluster announced King's Harvest will open is emergency overflow shelter tomorrow. That's despite having only one volunteer to staff it.

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