Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Quad Cities, IA IL

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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
620 AM CST Sat Dec 3 2016

Cloudy skies were in place across the region Saturday morning, as
high pressure was centered over the Middle Mississippi River
Valley. Overnight low temperatures ranged from 28 in Washington,
to 34 in Burlington and Fort Madison.

Mostly cloudy skies will remain in place across the region during
the day, as high pressure weakens and moves towards the Great
Lakes. High temperatures will range from the middle 30s over
Dubuque, to lower 40s over Burlington.

A storm currently over eastern Wyoming and western South Dakota
will move into the Middle Mississippi River Valley tonight. This
system will bring the first snowfall of the season for many across
the area beginning after midnight. By Sunday morning, areas west
of a line from Manchester to Fairfield will see up to inch of
snowfall, mainly on grassy surfaces. Overnight low temperatures,
will drop into the lower 30s.


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