Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
753 PM CDT Sun Oct 15 2017

Cloudy skies and much colder conditions were found across eastern
Iowa, northwest Illinois, and northeast Missouri on Sunday, as the
cold front that brought strong storms and rain to the area
yesterday, tracked east into the Ohio river valley. Northwest
winds between 15 and 25 mph were common, making it feel even
more like fall outside. Sunday high temperatures occurred before
sunrise Sunday, ranging from 55 degrees in Independence, to 67
degrees in Macomb and the Quad City airport.

Clearing skies and below normal temperatures will be found
overnight tonight, as high pressure drifts over the southern Great
Plains. Light winds will keep low temperatures in the middle to
upper 30s Monday morning. However, patchy frost will still be
possible in low lying areas. Any sensitive plant should be
brought indoors or covered tonight. After a cold start, Monday
will be mostly sunny with temperatures rebounding into the lower
60s by the afternoon.

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