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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
849 AM CST Mon Dec 5 2016

Low clouds and fog were found across eastern Iowa, northwest
Illinois, and northeast Missouri early Monday, as the system that
brought us the first snow of the season, tracked east into the
northeastern United States. Dense fog was seen generally in areas
west of a line from Dubuque Iowa, to Macomb Illinois, with
visibilities below a quarter of a mile at times. Low clouds and
abundant low level moisture kept steady temperatures overnight.
At 8 am, temperatures were in the lower 30s.

Dreary and damp conditions will be found today, as low clouds and
fog remain over the region. Dense fog will remain for much of the
day, with visibilities down to a quarter of a mile at times.
Drivers should slow down and increase the distance between the car
in front of you. Temperatures will struggle to rise much on Monday
due to the low clouds and fog. Expect high temperatures to remain
in the 30s during the day, with fog clearing during the afternoon.
Overnight low temperatures, will be in the upper 20s and lower

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