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AWUS83 KDVN 120234
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
834 PM CST Mon Dec 11 2017

Cloudy skies, breezy northwest winds, and snow was seen across
eastern Iowa and northwest Illinois on Monday, as an area of low
pressure tracked east over the region. Snowfall totals between 1
and 4 inches, fell in a 15 mile wide line from Dubuque, to Mount
Carroll, to Dixon Illinois. Elsewhere, flurries or no snow was
reported. Strong northwest winds between 10 and 20 mph were also
common during the day. Monday high temperatures, ranged from 35
degrees in Freeport and Dubuque, to 50 degrees in Keokuk.

Decreasing clouds and strong northwest winds will be found
overnight tonight, as high pressure moves into the area. Expect
temperatures to drop into the lower teens over snow covered areas,
and the upper teens and lower 20s elsewhere by sunrise Tuesday.
After a cold start, temperatures will struggle to reach the middle
20s and lower 30s by the afternoon. Factoring in the light
northwest wind, it will feel even colder, with wind chills in the
single digits to middle teens throughout the day.

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