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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
842 PM CST Wed Feb 21 2018

Cloudy skies and colder temperatures were found across the region
on Wednesday, as high pressure drifted over the upper Midwest.
Wednesday high temperatures, ranged from 25 degrees in
Independence, to 31 degrees in Burlington, Iowa City, and the Quad
City airport.

Cloudy skies and increasing precipitation chances from Missouri
northeastward will be seen overnight tonight, as an upper level
storm system tracks northeast into Missouri. Overnight low
temperatures, will range from the upper teens near Waterloo, to
the upper 20s in southeast Iowa and west central Illinois. Light
snow will be possible early Thursday south of a line from
Keosauqua Iowa to Macomb Illinois before sunrise. Freezing rain
and sleet will mix in with the snow after sunrise, producing slick
conditions for the morning commute for areas along and south of
I-80. Ice accumulations less than a tenth of an inch is expected.
Icy conditions will end around noon Thursday. Thursday high
temperatures, will reach the middle to upper 30s by the afternoon.

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