Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
1104 AM CDT Mon Oct 23 2017

Weak surface pressure was in place across the region Sunday night
into Monday morning as a cold front moved into northwest Iowa.
There were periods of clouds overnight along with patchy dense
fog. Low temperatures this morning ranged from 37 degrees at
Independence to 48 degrees at Sterling Rock Falls and 47 degrees
at Macomb.

A cold front will rapidly move from northwest Iowa this morning to
eastern Illinois by sunset on Monday evening. Clouds will increase
and thicken during the day on Monday with scattered showers
possible this afternoon into the overnight hours. In the wake of
the cold front, winds will shift to the northwest and increase to
15 to 25 MPH. High temperatures today will range from the upper
50s along the Highway 20 corridor to the mid 60s in far
southeastern Iowa and west central Illinois.


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