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AWUS83 KDVN 260221
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
921 PM CDT Mon Sep 25 2017

Mostly sunny and hot conditions prevailed across the area Monday
afternoon, as a cold front slowly moved into central Iowa. Moline
Illinois tied its record high of 91 degrees, which was previously
set in 1920. In addition, some scattered showers and storms popped
up along and west of the Mississippi River, some of which produced
some brief torrential downpours. It was not uncommon for some
locations that saw a shower or storm to receive a quick half inch
to an inch of rain. Independence Iowa saw a few storms roll through
just before 3 pm, with rainfall totals of over 2 inches in some
places. Most of the region saw afternoon highs between 87 and 94
degrees.

Rain chances will continue across areas west of a line from Keokuk
to Sterling overnight, as the cold front slowly moves into eastern
Iowa. Otherwise, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies overnight,
with temperatures slipping into the lower and middle 60s.

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