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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
1047 AM CST Thu Jan 11 2018

Scattered drizzle and light rain moved across parts of eastern
Iowa, northeast Missouri, and northwest Illinois Wednesday night
into Thursday morning ahead of a strong cold front that moved into
central Iowa. Rainfall amounts ranged from a 3 hundredths at
Moline to 5 hundredths at Davenport to 16 hundredths at Burlington.
Low temperatures this morning ranged from 35 degrees at Iowa City
to 51 degrees at Macomb.

A powerful cold front will exit into Illinois during the early
afternoon on Thursday. A wintry mix of precipitation is possible
along and behind the front. Precipitation will gradually change
over to snow later in the day. Behind the cold front winds will
switch to the northwest and increase to 15 to 25 MPH. High
temperatures occurred this morning with temperatures falling into
the teens and lower 20s during the afternoon.


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