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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
844 AM CST Mon Nov 28 2016

Mostly cloudy skies, gusty south winds, and mild temperatures were
found across the region early Monday, as a strong low pressure
system rotated across the Dakotas and western Minnesota. Winds
between 25 and 40 mph were common overnight, and combined with
the clouds kept temperatures up into the 40s early Monday.
Widespread rainfall totals between a third of an inch to three
quarters of an inch, were common with the storms that rolled
through late Sunday.

Breezy south winds and mainly dry conditions will be found for
most of the morning on Monday, as cold front pushes east over
Iowa. Ahead of the front, temperatures will rise into the lower to
middle 50s. Rain chances increase late morning and afternoon, as
the cold front nears eastern Iowa, with amounts generally less
than a tenth of an inch. Additional storms will be possible late
afternoon and evening generally west of a line from Vinton Iowa to
Kahoka Missouri. Some of these storms, may become strong or
severe, with damaging winds and even a brief tornado possible.
Expect storms to dissipate rapidly after sunset. Overnight low
temperatures, will be in the middle to upper 30s.

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