Rivers all across the QC are either cresting or about to, and we've got more bad news- severe weather is expected again Wednesday.

Tomorrow is going to get hot and humid, according to the National Weather Service Quad Cities.

Heat indexes will rise into the 90s and could even hit 100 degrees. A cold front coming in Wednesday night could cause severe thunderstorms, hail, and damaging winds. One to two inches of rain is likely.

This news is not welcome for anyone, but especially areas hit hardest by flooding. The NWS says the Rock River in Moline is three feet above flood stage and expected to crest today. The Mississippi at Rock Island has been forecasted to crest as of this morning.

As always, remember to be safe during severe weather and flooding. Never attempt to drive through flooded areas, and make sure to keep flashlights, batteries, water, and other emergency supplies on hand in case of a power outage. Let's hope the storms projected for tomorrow don't end up being severe.