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AWUS83 KDVN 111619
RWSDVN
IAZ040>042-051>054-063>068-076>078-087>089-098-099-ILZ001-002-007-
009-015>018-024>026-034-035-MOZ009-010-120430-

Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
1019 AM CST Mon Dec 11 2017

A storm system diving southeastward from southern Manitoba into
Minnesota pushed a warm front to along a line from Waterloo
southeastward to Macomb by sunrise. Skies were cloudy overnight
with widely scattered showers. There were public reports of
precipitation in Princeton Illinois, Park View and Le Claire Iowa.
Low temperatures on Monday morning ranged from 15 degrees at
Freeport to 30 degrees at Fort Madison.

This storm system will move eastward into Michigan and Indiana
during the day on Monday and drag a cold front across the region.
After a sunny start to the day, clouds will overspread the region
with light precipitation possible from the late morning into the
afternoon. Expect a rain,snow, and sleet mix across the region
this morning possible changing over to all rain in the afternoon.
Precipitation may change over to all snow along and north of
Highway 20. In the wake of the cold front, winds will shift to
the northwest and increase to 20 to 30 MPH with some gusts up to
40 MPH during the late afternoon and evening. High temperatures
ahead of the cold front will range from the upper 30s along the
Highway 20 corridor to the upper 40s in far southeast Iowa,
northeast Missouri, and west central Illinois.

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DC



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