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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
804 PM CDT Mon Aug 14 2017

Cloudy skies and scattered showers and thunderstorms were found
across much of eastern Iowa and northwest Illinois on Monday, as a
cold front slowly pushed east over Iowa. Rainfall totals were
highest in Jasper, Poweshiek, and Keokuk counties in Iowa where
rain amounts over a half inch were reported. Elsewhere, a few
hundredths to a quarter of an inch fell. Monday high temperatures,
ranged from 76 degrees in Dubuque, to 84 degrees in Fairfield.

Partly cloudy skies and diminishing rain chances will be found
overnight tonight, as a cold front drops south into northern
Missouri and central Illinois. Temperatures will fall into the
upper 50s north of highway 20, to the lower to middle 60s south by
sunrise Tuesday. Expect dry conditions and near seasonable
temperatures for most on Tuesday, with highs reaching the lower to
middle 80s by the afternoon. There is a slight chance of scattered
showers over southeast Iowa and northeast Missouri Tuesday
afternoon, with any rain amounts less than a tenth of an inch
expected.

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