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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
1041 AM CDT FRI SEP 23 2016

Showers and thunderstorms, were found across eastern Iowa and
northwest Illinois Friday morning, as an upper level disturbance
moved along a stalled frontal boundary over the area. These
showers and thunderstorms produced heavy rainfall over Delaware,
Linn, Benton, Johnson, and Iowa counties. Rainfall amounts in
excess of 2 inches fell in Cedar Rapids, along with amounts over 5
inches in Manchester. Low temperatures, ranged from 64 degrees in
Freeport and Macomb, to 70 degrees in Vinton.

Showers and thunderstorms will weaken and move north through this
afternoon, leaving cloudy skies in place across the region. There
will also be breaks of sunshine, especially over southeast Iowa
and northeast Missouri. High temperatures will range from the
lower 70s across northeast Iowa, to upper 80s over northeast

Skies will begin to clear overnight as weak high pressure builds
across the region from the lower Mississippi Valley. Low
temperatures will drop into the middle 60s.


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