Meteorologist Kevin Phelps, KWQC-TV6 News

Meteorologist Kevin Phelps

KWQC-TV6 News

Contact Meteorologist

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • KWQC-TV6 News

Past articles by Meteorologist:

Today’s ag report: Crickets

Crickets can help you estimate the air temperature. → Read More

How to Zoom on Thanksgiving

With so many people electing to stay home and pass on large Thanksgiving gatherings there’s still a way to interact with loved ones. → Read More

New traffic changes begin Monday in West Davenport

Traffic between Waverly Road and Zenith Ave will change on Monday, Nov. 2. → Read More

Illinois officials report 4,700+ coronavirus cases, additional deaths Monday

Illinois health officials say the seven-day statewide positivity rate is now 6.3%. → Read More

Iowa officials report record number of COVID-19 hospitalizations Monday

Iowa officials reported 677 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and two deaths between 10:30 a.m. Sunday and 10:30 a.m. Monday. → Read More

Iowa man died after apparently falling out tree stand

Iowa officials say a 76-year-old man died after he apparently fell out of a tree stand while hunting. → Read More

Infant dies after father throws her from Las Vegas balcony, police say

The suspect faces charges of murder, arson, battery and animal abuse. → Read More

Weather

QUAD CITIES (KWQC) - Sunny skies and warmer than normal temperatures highlight our weather pattern today and much of the rest of this week. We will hit the upper 70s and low 80s today and tomorrow. Haze from wildfire smoke to our west will be thin again today and have an impact on our air quality. Looking ahead to the rest of the week, we will warm back into the 80s on Friday and Saturday ahead… → Read More

Cleveland police officer killed in the line of duty on city’s West Side

A Cleveland police officer was killed in the line of duty Thursday night. → Read More

Rock Island County announces one new death, additional cases of COVID-19

Officials with the Rock Island County Health Department on Thursday announced one death and 17 new cases of COVID-19. → Read More

Hurricane Laura slams Louisiana coast with fierce wind, surging sea

Hurricane Laura pounded the Gulf Coast for hours with ferocious wind, torrential rains and rising seawater as it roared ashore over southwestern Louisiana near the Texas border early Thursday, threatening the lives of people who didn’t evacuate. → Read More

Muscatine home ‘extensively damaged’ by fire Tuesday

The fire remains under investigation. → Read More

Emergency drill will be held Wednesday at Quad City International Airport

Due to coronavirus restrictions, attendance at the drill is limited to airport staff only. → Read More

NC woman accused of trying to run over 12-year-olds outside convenience store

A police officer reportedly witnessed the woman's car come within inches of the girls and was able to get her license plate number before she sped away. → Read More

Asteroid to brush close to the Earth on the day before Election Day

As if 2020 wasn’t wild enough, NASA is now monitoring an asteroid that will come close to earth the day before the U.S. election. → Read More

Street outside Staples Center to be renamed in honor of Kobe Bryant

The announcement was made on August 24 or "Kobe Bryant Day" in Los Angeles. → Read More

Davenport police identify three killed in two-vehicle crash Thursday

The crash remains under investigation by the department’s police traffic safety unit. → Read More

Former Davenport School Board member selected to fill board vacancy

Snyder will be sworn in at Monday night’s school board meeting. → Read More

Iowa officials report 472 new coronavirus cases, six deaths over 24-hour period

That brings the total number of cases to 56,585 and 1,040 deaths. → Read More

City of Galesburg to pick up trash earlier due to “excessive heat” this week

Residents in Galesburg will have their trash and recycling picked up earlier this week due to excessive heat. This is according to city officials. → Read More