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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
801 AM CDT FRI SEP 30 2016

An upper level disturbance spinning across northern Kentucky
provided considerable cloud cover across much of northwest
Illinois, and far eastern Iowa Friday morning. Elsewhere, clear
and starlit skies were found across northeast Missouri and east
central Iowa. Overnight low temperatures ranged from 50 in
Monticello and Vinton, to 59 in the Quad Cities.

Clouds will slowly build westward across all of Iowa, Illinois and
Missouri today and tonight, as the upper level disturbance
slowly moves north over central Indiana. While much of the area
will remain dry, isolated rain showers will be possible,
especially over northwest Illinois. Friday`s high temperatures
will climb into the upper 60s. Low temperatures for Friday night,
will drop into the upper 50s.


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