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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
944 PM CDT TUE MAY 17 2016

High pressure built southward into the Upper Midwest today,
pushing a weak cold front into northern Missouri and central
Illinois. Isolated to scattered rain showers moved southward
across the area from late morning into the early evening hours.
Rainfall amounts were a trace at Burlington, Moline, and Cedar
Rapids with 2 hundredths at Dubuque and 8 hundredths at Davenport.
Skies became partly sunny north of Interstate 80 by late
afternoon. High temperatures on Tuesday ranged from 61 degrees at
Macomb to 70 degrees at Vinton.

Skies will become mostly clear after midnight as high pressure
builds southward into Wisconsin. Patchy frost will possible
overnight from Dubuque eastward to Freeport. Low temperatures on
Wednesday morning will range from 34 degrees at Freeport to 43
degrees at Fort Madison with the upper 30s along the Interstate
80 corridor.


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