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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
721 PM CDT Tue Oct 18 2016

Clear to mostly sunny skies were seen across eastern Iowa,
northwest Illinois, and northeast Missouri Tuesday, as weak high
pressure built across the region behind a cold front. Temperatures
remained unseasonably warm, but were cooler than Monday, as highs ranged
from 72 in Cedar Rapids and Dubuque, to 77 in the Quad Cities and

Clear skies will be seen across much of the region tonight, as the high
pressure slowly weakens. Low temperatures will range from the
middle 40s across eastern Iowa, to lower 50s across northwest

Clouds will increase in coverage on Wednesday, as the cold front
that moved across the area Monday night, moves slowly northward
towards the middle Mississippi Valley as a warm front. Some light
rain showers and sprinkles will be possible, mainly east of the
Mississippi River. High temperatures for Wednesday, will climb to
around 70.


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