Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
1000 AM CDT Sat Jun 17 2017

Showers and thunderstorms moved across parts of Iowa, Illinois,
and Missouri overnight. A band of heavy rain fell along the I-80
corridor where rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches were common.
South of Interstate 80 rainfall totals ranged from a trace to
around a quarter of an inch. North of the Interstate rainfall
amounts mainly ranged from a half inch to around three quarters
of an inch. Sites reporting over 2 inches of rain included the
Iowa City Airport with 2.17 inches; Monticello with 2.23 inches,
and Williamsburg with 2.30 inches of rain. Temperatures were above
normal, with lows ranging from 73 degrees at the Quad City
airport, to 64 degrees at Independence.

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to redevelop during the
afternoon and evening as an upper level disturbance and strong
cold front push across the region. Severe weather is possible
with damaging winds and hail, especially over parts of southeast
Iowa, Missouri, and west central Illinois. It will become warm
and humid during the day with temperatures in the mid to upper 80s
and dewpoints in the lower to middle 70s. Temperatures will
return to normal behind the front as winds shift to the northwest.
Lows temperatures will be mainly in the 60s tonight, and highs on
Sunday will be in the 70s.

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