Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
715 AM CDT Fri Oct 21 2016

Starlit skies, very light winds, and cold temperatures were seen
across the region Friday morning, as a large area of high pressure
was located over the central Great Plains. Areas of patchy frost
were observed, especially over eastern Iowa. Low temperatures
ranged from 28 in Independence, to 37 in Keokuk.

Clear skies, and cool temperatures will persist for today and
tonight, as the high pressure slowly moves eastward across the
Mississippi Valley. Areas of patchy frost will be possible again for
the region overnight, especially north of Interstate 80. High
temperatures for Friday, will climb into the middle 50s. Overnight
low temperatures, will range from the lower 30s across northeast
Iowa and far northwest Illinois, to near 40 over southeast Iowa
and northeast Missouri.


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