Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
830 PM CDT Tue Jun 27 2017

A switch to southerly winds today marked the beginning of much more
active weather to come as warmer, humid air moves into the area.
Afternoon temperatures today were in the 70s to low 80s across the
corn belt. Humid conditions were starting to move into the
southwest tier of the state by late afternoon, and will continue a
north and eastward expansion through the night time hours. A line of
thunderstorms will move east across Nebraska this evening and move
into western Iowa late tonight. The storms will push toward eastern
Iowa and northwest Illinois overnight and into Wednesday morning,
although the severe threat should be low by the time it reaches the
local area.

Additional redevelopment of storms is likely late Wednesday
afternoon and evening, with the severe weather including strong
winds and hail. Another round of strong to severe storms is possible
again on Thursday. Thunderstorm chances linger into Friday and the
weekend, although widespread activity is not likely. Temperatures
will be near normal in the 80s.

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