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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
733 PM CDT Sat Apr 29 2017

Cloudy skies, scattered rain showers, and gusty northeast winds
were found across the region Saturday evening, as an area of low
pressure intensified over southeast Oklahoma and northeast Texas.
This low pressure brought a surge of moisture and heavy rainfall
across the region Saturday afternoon, producing rainfall amounts
ranging from around a tenth of an inch over Dubuque, to near an
inch an a half over Burlington. High temperatures climbed into the
upper 40s to around 50.

Rain showers will become isolated tonight before redeveloping
Sunday, as the low pressure moves north towards the eastern Great
Plains. Scattered thunderstorms will also be possible, with some
having the potential to become strong. The primary threats from
these thunderstorms, will be damaging wind gusts and heavy
rainfall. Northeast winds will continue to remain blustery at 15
to 25 MPH, with gusts approaching 40 MPH at times. Overnight low
temperatures, will drop into the upper 30s and lower 40s. High
temperatures for Sunday, will range from the upper 40s over the
Highway 20 Corridor, to upper 60s over west central Illinois.

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