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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
924 PM CDT FRI JUL 29 2016

A disturbance moved from Minnesota into northern Illinois during
the day on Friday bringing periods of clouds to the region along
with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. Several
locations reported weak and brief funnel clouds in the late
morning and afternoon. Rainfall amounts at the major reporting
sites were a trace at Davenport, a tenth at Cedar Rapids, 14
hundreths at Moline, and 22 hundredths at Dubuque. 4 inches of
rain was reported in parts of Whiteside County Illinois and
Washington and Louisa Counties in Iowa. High temperatures ranged
from 70 degrees at Independence to 84 degrees at Moline.

Todays disturbance Will shift eastward overnight with mostly
cloudy skies. In addition to isolated showers, patchy fog will
be possible overnight. Low temperatues on Saturday morning will
range from the lower 60s north of Highway 30 to the mid 60s south.


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