Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
733 AM CDT TUE MAY 17 2016

Cloudy skies and light winds prevailed across the area last
night, as a weak cold front dropped into the region from the
north. A few scattered light rain showers were seen along the
front, mainly in areas north of Highway 30. In addition, a low
pressure system passing by to our south resulted in some light
rain across parts of northeast Missouri and west central
Illinois. Overnight rainfall totals in both areas were light,
with most locations only seeing a trace to a few hundredths of
an inch. As of 7 am, low temperatures ranged from 41 in
Washington, up to 51 in Vinton and Mount Pleasant.

High pressure will build southward into the area today,
pushing the weak cold front to the south as well. Isolated to
scattered light rain showers will be found along the front
through the afternoon, especially along and south of I-80.
Otherwise, skies will be gradually clearing out from north to
south as the day progresses. Temperatures will mainly top out
in the lower and middle 60s.

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