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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
817 PM CDT Tue Mar 21 2017

Mostly cloudy skies and much cooler temperatures were found
across the region on Tuesday, as an upper level storm system
tracked east over Iowa. Sprinkles and light rain fell over
portions of southeast Iowa, northeast Missouri, and west central
Illinois during the afternoon. Elsewhere, quiet conditions with
breezy north winds were found. Tuesday high temperatures, ranged
from 48 degrees in Independence, to 56 degrees in Macomb.

Decreasing clouds and winds turning northeast will be found
overnight tonight, as a large area of high pressure tracks over
lake Superior. Expect temperatures to drop below freezing area
wide, with Wednesday lows ranging from the lower 20s north of
I-80, to the upper 20s south. Increasing clouds, colder
temperatures, and east winds will be the norm Wednesday, with
highs only reaching the lower 40s by the afternoon.

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