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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
647 PM CST Wed Nov 15 2017

Mostly sunny skies, mild temperatures, and breezy winds around 15
to 25 MPH were found across eastern Iowa, northwest Illinois, and
northeast Missouri Wednesday evening ahead of a strong cold front
moving across east central Iowa. Behind this front, temperatures
were dropping into the upper 20s to lower 30s across southern
Minnesota and northern Iowa under cloudy skies. High temperatures
as of 6 PM climbed into the lower to middle 50s, which is around 5
degrees above average for mid November.

The cold front will move southeast towards the Ohio River Valley
tonight, bringing cooler temperatures and partly to mostly cloudy
skies across the region. Gusty winds around 15 to 20 MPH will
decrease to around 5 to 10 MPH after midnight. Overnight low
temperatures will drop into the lower to middle 20s. A mix of sun
and clouds will be on tap for Thursday as high pressure builds
over the Mississippi River Valley. High temperatures will range
from the upper 30s along the Highway 20 corridor, to middle 40s
over northeast Missouri.

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