The weather on Saturday will be quite pleasant with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 40s in most areas.
A few 50s for highs will be possible in the southwest viewing area.
If you are coming to the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Quincy Saturday morning it starts at 11 AM at 12th Street and Maine.
Bring a coat and your sunglasses as the temperature will be in the mid to upper 30s with lots of sun as well.
A weak low pressure system will track through the region Saturday night and bring a cold front through with a chance for a little rain and snow mix over the north viewing area.
The rest of the Tri-States will see a temporary influx of clouds that should start to clear by mid Sunday morning.
Sunday will become partly to mostly sunny with highs in the 40s behind the cold front.
Still monitoring for the expected moderate to major flooding along the Mississippi River this coming week. Water levels will be increasing through the weekend on the Mississippi River.
Be sure to watch WGEM News at Ten Saturday evening with Meteorologist Jeremy Ledford for any updates to the weekend forecast.
Have a great weekend!
~ Mike Cole WGEM Chief Meteorologist