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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
955 AM CST Wed Feb 14 2018

It was a relatively mild night across the region. Lows ranged from
just above freezing in northeast Missouri to the low to mid 20s
through a good chunk of eastern Iowa and northwest Illinois. Some of
that temperature difference was driven by clouds over the southern
part of the region, which helped keep temperatures a few degrees
warmer while clear skies dominated further north. By mid morning
light winds remained, but were at least of the southerly variety.
Even so, temperatures by mid-morning were only a few degrees warmer
than morning lows.

Temperatures will once again get above freezing across the area
today with highs expected to range from the upper 30s across
northern areas to the upper 40s to the south. Those temperatures
will continue Thursday, only to be quickly replaced by colder air as
a cold front moves through Thursday night. Friday highs will dive
back down into the upper teens to 20s. The weekend will see
temperatures rebound though, with 40s looking to return by Sunday.


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