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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
621 AM CST Fri Jan 13 2017

Mostly cloudy skies were found across the region Thursday night,
as high pressure was building across the upper and middle
Mississippi River Valley. Overnight low temperatures ranged
from 5 in Independence, to 19 in Keokuk and Macomb.

Clouds will persist across the region today and tonight, as the
high pressure moves east towards the Great Lakes. A weak
disturbance will follow the high and approach northern Missouri
tonight, bringing a threat of freezing rain to locations across
southeast Iowa, west central Illinois, and northeast Missouri.
Precipitation amounts will remain light, with only a few
hundreths of an inch expected. High temperatures for today, will
range from the upper teens over Independence and Dubuque, to upper
20s over Burlington and Memphis. Overnight low temperatures, will
range from near 10 over Independence and Vinton, to lower 20s over
Burlington and Memphis.


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