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AWUS83 KDVN 251355
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
855 AM CDT MON JUL 25 2016

High pressure built into the upper Midwest last night as a
cold front moved southeast into southern Missouri and southern
Illinois. Clear to partly cloudy skies and less humid
conditions were found northwest of a line from Ottumwa, Iowa
to Princeton, Illinois overnight, while generally cloudy skies
and lingering showers where found across parts of northeast
Missouri, southeast Iowa, and west central Illinois. By 7 am,
temperatures had settled into the 60s and lower 70s. The cool
spot was Cedar Rapids with a low of 63, while the mild spot
was Keokuk with a low of 72.

Generally sunny skies, light north northwest winds, and much
less humid conditions will prevail across the area today, as
the high pressure area builds over eastern Iowa. Temperatures
will peak in the 80s.

Clear and calm conditions will be common area-wide tonight,
with patchy fog possible towards daybreak. Temperatures will
slip into the lower and middle 60s in most locations, with a
few spots only settling into the upper 60s.

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