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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
724 AM CDT Sun Sep 17 2017

A cold front advancing across central Iowa brought rain showers
and isolated thunderstorms to the region this morning. Rainfall
amounts were highest across eastern Iowa, ranging from around two
tenths of an inch at Cedar Rapids, to near half an inch over
Dubuque. Overnight low temperatures remained well above normal
for mid September, and ranged from 56 in Independence, to 68 in
the Quad Cities.

Lingering rain showers and isolated thunderstorms will gradually
weaken and exit the region through mid morning. Skies will become
mostly sunny by the afternoon as the advancing cold front ushers
in cooler and dryer air across the region. Daytime high
temperatures will range from the lower 70s along Highway 20, to
upper 70s over northwest and west central Illinois. Clouds will
build across the region overnight as an upper level disturbance
advances over northern Missouri. Scattered showers and
thunderstorms will be possible late tonight over areas along and
south of Highway 34, while areas north will remain dry. Low
temperatures will range from the lower 50s over Dubuque and
Freeport, to near 60 over Keokuk and Memphis.

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