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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
733 AM CDT Tue Oct 25 2016

High pressure centered over the Ohio River Valley provided the
region with quiet weather Monday night. Across portions of eastern
Iowa, clouds began to increase in coverage, and helped keep
temperatures warmer across the area. Overnight lows ranged
from 32 in Freeport Illinois, to 48 in Keokuk Iowa.

An area of low pressure and a warm front over western South
Dakota will slowly move southeast towards west central Iowa
late this afternoon. This warm front will help spawn rain showers,
and embedded thunderstorms, across the region beginning this
evening, and is expected to last overnight. The heaviest rainfall
amounts with this system are expected to remain north of Highway
30 in Iowa, where amounts exceeding 1 inch are likely. High
temperatures for today will climb to near 60. Overnight low
temperatures will range from the middle 40s over northwest
Illinois, to lower 50s over northeast Missouri.


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