Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Quad Cities, IA IL

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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
501 PM CDT Tue Oct 25 2016

Cloudy and cold conditions prevailed across the area Tuesday
afternoon, as a low pressure system approached the region from
the west. A few locations north of I-80 even saw some sprinkles
or brief light rain showers. Winds were out of the east
southeast at about 10 to 20 mph, which made it feel about 5
degrees colder than the actual temperature. Afternoon high
temperatures ranged from 50 in Dubuque and Freeport, up to 61
in Muscatine.

The low pressure area will move into central Iowa tonight,
sparking some showers and isolated thunderstorms across the
region. The east southeast winds will be on the increase
overnight, occasionally gusting over 25 mph. By daybreak,
rainfall totals of a half inch to an inch will be possible
northwest of Highway 151, with a tenth of an inch to a half inch
between Highway 151 and Highway 34. Temperatures will settle into
the mid 40s in east central Iowa and northwest Illinois, while
parts of southeast Iowa, northeast Missouri, and west central
Illinois see readings bottom out in the mid 50s.

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