Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
856 AM CDT Sun Jun 25 2017

A weak cool front dropped southeastward across eastern Iowa,
northeast Missouri, and northwest Illinois Saturday night into
Sunday morning. Scattered evening showers diminished by midnight
with amounts of a tenth of an inch or less. Low temperatures on
Sunday morning ranged from 45 degrees Independence and Cedar
Rapids to 53 degrees at Burlington.

Weak high pressure will move across the region today as another
weak disturbance passes to the north. This will bring the risk of
isolated showers to far northwest Illinois and adjacent areas of
Iowa. It will be a breezy day with a northwest wind of 15 to 25
MPH. High temperatures this afternoon will range from the upper
60s along the Highway 20 corridor to the mid 70s in far southeast
Iowa, northeast Missouri, and west central Illinois.


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