Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
904 PM CDT THU JUL 28 2016

An upper level level disturbance pushed across the Northern Plains and
swept clouds over northern Iowa today. It also brought scattered
showers and thunderstorms to the region this afternoon along and
east of the Mississippi River. The major reporting sites recorded
no rain today but several unofficial observation sites reported
less than 2 tenths of an inch east of the river. High temperatures
today ranged from 77 degrees at Independence to 87 degrees at
Sterling Rockfalls.

A disturbance will move from the Northern Plains into the Upper
Midwest Thursday night into Friday morning. This will bring the
risk of scattered showers to eastern Iowa, northeast Missouri and
northwest Illinois overnight. In addition to the showers, patchy
fog will also be possible along and south of Interstate 80 after
midnight. Low temperatures on Friday morning will range from the
lower 60s north of Highway 30 to the mid 60s south.


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