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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
823 AM CDT Tue Oct 18 2016

Unseasonably warm conditions continued across the area last
night, as a cold front slowly moved through the area. Cooler
and less humid conditions filtered into areas northwest of a
line from Dubuque to Sigourney overnight, while mild and
rather muggy conditions were found to the southeast. As of 7
am, overnight low temperatures ranged from 55 in Independence,
up to 70 in Fort Madison and Macomb.

High pressure will build into the area from the west this
afternoon, providing the region with sunny skies, cooler
temperatures, and lower humidity levels. Winds will be out of
the northwest at 10 to 20 mph through the afternoon, as
temperatures rebound into the middle and upper 60s northwest
of a line from Iowa City to Freeport, and mid to upper 70s
in parts of southeast Iowa, northeast Missouri, and west
central Illinois.

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