Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
621 PM CST Fri Feb 24 2017

Cloudy skies, snow showers and areas of drizzle were found across
the region Friday evening, as low pressure was located over
northern Illinois and Indiana. High temperatures ranged from 34 in
Independence and Dubuque, to 48 in Keokuk.

Snow showers will increase in coverage across the region tonight,
as the low pressure continues to move eastward. Snowfall amounts
will range from 1 to 3 inches north of a line from Iowa City to
Dewitt, with less than an inch to the south. This snow will cause
any untreated roads and surfaces to become slippery tonight.
Northwest winds will also increase to 15 to 25 miles per hour,
with gusts approaching 30 miles per hour. Low temperatures will
range from the upper teens across east central Iowa, to lower 20s
over northeast Missouri.

Snow will gradually come to an end Saturday morning, leading to
mostly sunny skies by the afternoon as high pressure builds across
the Mississippi River Valley. Temperatures will return to normal
values, as highs range from the upper 20s over eastern Iowa, to
lower 30s over northeast Missouri.


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