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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
904 PM CDT Mon Jun 26 2017

Pleasant weather conditions and mostly sunny skies were found
across eastern Iowa, northwest Illinois, and northeast Missouri on
Monday, as high pressure drifted over the upper Midwest. A weak
line of showers and thunderstorms tracked southeast across areas
south of I-80, bringing brief downpours, pea size hail, and a few
strikes of lightning. Otherwise, dry conditions prevailed. Monday
high temperatures, were in the lower 70s. This is 10 to 13 degrees
below normal for late June.

Another clear and cool night will be seen overnight tonight, as
high pressure moves overhead. Temperatures will drop into the
upper 40s and lower 50s by sunrise Tuesday. This is a few degrees
away from record lows for June 27th. Another pleasant early Summer
day will be found Tuesday, with mostly sunny skies and highs
reaching the middle to upper 70s by the afternoon.

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