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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
840 AM CDT SAT MAY 28 2016

Cloudy skies and above normal temperatures were found across
eastern Iowa, northwest Illinois, and northeast Missouri early
Saturday, as an upper level storm system rotated over Kansas and
Nebraska. This system brought heavy downpours Friday evening to areas
mainly in a line from Bloomfield, to Keota, to North Liberty Iowa,
where 1 to 3 inches of rain fell. Storms continued overnight and
dissipated early Saturday. Rainfall totals greater than a quarter
of an inch, were generally seen in areas west of the Mississippi
river. Saturday morning low temperatures, ranged from 60 degrees
in Iowa City, to 68 degrees in Sterling and Macomb.

Quiet and dry conditions will be found Saturday morning, an area
of low pressure lifts north over northwest Iowa. Scattered rain
showers will likely develop across southern Iowa and northern
Missouri early Saturday afternoon, and lift northeast over the
forecast area. Some of these storms, may become severe, with large
hail and damaging wind the main threats. Additional rainfall
totals up to a quarter of an inch will be possible by Sunday
morning. Saturday high temperatures, will be in the upper 70s and
lower 80s. Overnight low temperatures, will be in the upper 50s
and lower 60s across the Midwest.

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