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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
953 AM CDT Sun Oct 16 2016

Scattered showers and thunderstorms moved eastward across the
area last night, as a cold front pushed into southeast and
east central Iowa and northwest Illinois. The heaviest rains
of an inch to an inch and a quarter fell along a line from
Cedar Rapids to Galena, where patchy dense fog developed
towards daybreak. Elsewhere, rainfall totals were generally
under a third of an inch, with parts of the region not seeing
any rain at all. Temperatures were quite mild overnight, with
readings mainly in the 60s. As of 7 am, overnight lows ranged
from 57 in Independence, up to 70 in Mount Pleasant.

Grey skies will give way to partly cloudy skies this
afternoon, as the frontal boundary retreats back northward
into northeast Iowa and southern Wisconsin. Temperatures will
top out in the lower and middle 70s along and north of I-80,
while to the south readings will rise into the upper 70s and
lower 80s.

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