Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
944 PM CDT THU SEP 22 2016

Partly cloudy to cloudy skies and scattered showers and isolated
thunderstorms were found across areas north of I-80 Thursday
afternoon, while further to the south it was hot and humid with
partly to mostly sunny skies. Torrential downpours were observed
from Vinton to the north side of Cedar Rapids; as well as in and
east of Iowa City during the early evening hours. Rainfall
amounts of over and inch were common. There was a wide range in
high temperatures across the region. While Independence and
Dubuque only saw highs in the lower 70s, Fort Madison and Mount
Pleasant managed to reach into the low 90s.

Mostly cloudy skies and shower and thunderstorm chances will
continue across areas north and west of Highway 34, with heavy
rainfall likely with any thunderstorm. The areas with the best
chance at seeing rain overnight is along and north of Highway 30
in Iowa and parts of extreme northwest Illinois. Areas south of
Highway 34 are expected to stay dry with clear to partly cloudy
skies common. Temperatures overnight will slowly settle into the

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