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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
920 PM CDT Sun Jul 16 2017

A cold front moved south into northeast Missouri and central
Illinois Sunday, sparking some showers and thunderstorms across
areas mainly south of Highway 34 from Ottumwa to Galesburg.
Frequent lightning and heavy rains were common with the stronger
storms. Elsewhere, fair skies and east northeast winds of 5 to 15
miles an hour prevailed. Temperatures mainly topped out in the
80s and lower 90s. The exception was Sterling with a high of 79.

Clear to partly cloudy skies will be on tap tonight, as a ridge of
high pressure builds over the region. Temperatures will settle
into the mid 50s in parts of northwest Illinois, while readings in
the mid and upper 60s are seen in southeast Iowa, northeast
Missouri, and west central Illinois.

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