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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
922 PM CDT MON AUG 29 2016

A mostly sunny start to Monday while a warm and humid air mass
remaining in place across the region. Slow moving thunderstorms
developed during the early afternoon and continuing into the
evening with some storms producing heavy rainfall and isolated
reports of funnel clouds. Rainfall reports at the major reporting
sites were a trace at Cedar Rapids, 5 hundredths at Moline, and 16
hundredths at Davenport. There were scattered reports of 1 to 3
inches of rain in Stephenson, Whiteside, Jones and Linn Counties
High temperatures ranged from 82 degrees at Dubuque and Monticello
to 90 degrees at Burlington. Mount Pleasant reported a high of 94
degrees.

A cold front will move into northern Iowa Monday night into
Tuesday morning with mostly cloudy skies across eastern Iowa.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will come to an end prior to
midnight with patchy dense fog developing in areas that saw rain
today. Low temperatures on Tuesday morning will range from the mid
60s north of Highway 30 to the lower 70s in far southeast Iowa.

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