Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
804 AM CST Fri Dec 8 2017

Mostly clear skies and quiet conditions were found across the
region early Friday, as a weak upper level storm system dropped
south out of Canada. Morning low temperatures, ranged from 11
degrees in Independence, to 16 degrees in Iowa City, Fort Madison,
and Keokuk. This is 6 to 9 degrees below normal for early
December.

Increasing clouds and light southwest winds will be seen today, as
a weak cold front pushes east over Iowa. High temperatures will be
noticeably warmer than yesterday, with readings reaching the
middle to upper 30s by the afternoon. Another upper level storm
system will drop south out of Canada late Friday evening and
overnight, bringing flurries and light snow to areas north and
east of a line from Independence, to Clinton Iowa, to Princeton
Illinois. Snowfall amounts up to a half inch will be possible in
these areas. Otherwise, quiet and breezy northwest winds will be
found, with temperatures dropping into the upper teens and lower
20s by sunrise Saturday.

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