Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
733 AM CDT SAT OCT 1 2016

Mainly cloudy skies, with isolated pockets of light rain showers,
were found across eastern Iowa, northwest Illinois, and northeast
Missouri Saturday morning, thanks to a stagnant upper level low
pressure over central Indiana. Light amounts of precipitation were
observed, with a trace recorded at Davenport, Moline, and
Burlington, and near a tenth of an inch at Dubuque. Overnight low
temperatures across the region, held around 60 degrees thanks to
persistent cloud cover.

Cloudy skies and isolated rain showers will continue to persist
throughout today, as the low pressure slowly moves north towards
the central Great Lakes. As the low departs, clouds will
gradually break tonight, allowing for breaks of sunshine for
Sunday. High temperatures for today, will climb into the middle
60s. Low temperatures, will drop into the middle 50s.


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