Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
621 PM CST Wed Feb 15 2017

Plentiful sunshine and a few high level clouds were found across
the region Wednesday evening, as weak high pressure was located
from central Oklahoma northward to eastern Nebraska. High
temperatures were cooler than Tuesday, and ranged from 37 in
Freeport and Dubuque, to 45 in Keokuk.

Mainly clear skies will be in place overnight into Thursday, as
the high pressure slowly works eastward into the Ohio River
Valley. Southerly winds will increase during the day Thursday,
allowing for warm air and above average temperatures to work their way
into the region. Overnight low temperatures will drop into the
middle to upper 20s. High temperatures for Thursday, will range
from the upper 40s over northeast Iowa, to lower 60s over
northeast Missouri.


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