Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
847 AM CST Thu Feb 23 2017

Cloudy skies and mild temperatures were found across the region
early Thursday, as a cold front pushed east into central Illinois
and southern Missouri. Morning low temperatures, ranged from 37
degrees in Independence, to 48 degrees in Fairfield.

Increasing clouds and precipitation chances will be seen today,
as a warm front slowly lifts north over Missouri. Temperatures
will be much cooler than in previous days, only reaching the upper
40s by the afternoon north of highway 30, to the middle 50s
south. This is still above normal for late February. Expect rain
to develop during the late morning and early afternoon and lift
north over the area. Rain amounts between a quarter and three
quarters of an inch will be possible by Friday morning. A few
thunderstorms will be seen, with the stronger storms capable of
producing small hail. Overnight low temperatures, will be in the
upper 30s north to the upper 40s south and will depend how far
north the warm front tracks early Friday.

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