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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
630 AM CST Thu Dec 7 2017

A weak disturbance aloft was located over northeast Iowa Thursday
morning, and was generating partly to mostly cloudy skies and
light flurries across the region. Brisk northwest winds helped
usher chilly air into the Mississippi Valley as morning low
temperatures ranged from 12 in Independence, to 21 in Keokuk.
Wind speeds around 10 to 15 MPH produced winds chills in the
single digits to near zero.

A few flurries will remain possible through the morning as the
aforementioned disturbances exits the region. Otherwise, skies
will become partly to mostly sunny as high pressure builds across
the central Great Plains. While daytime high temperatures will
climb into the middle to upper 20s, persistent northwest winds
will keep wind chills in the single digits and teens. Clear skies
will be common across the region tonight before clouds gradually
increase ahead of another weak disturbance. Overnight low
temperatures will drop into the middle to upper teens, with wind
chill readings in the single digits to near zero.

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