Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
618 PM CST Mon Jan 23 2017

CLoudy skies and areas of light snow flurries were found across
the region Monday, as weak high pressure was building across the
middle Mississippi River Valley. High temperatures ranged from 36
in Vinton, to 42 in Sterling.

Clouds will remain in place for tonight, as low pressure
developing over eastern Colorado moves eastward across central
Kansas. Areas of patchy fog will be possible, mainly north of
Highway 34. Low temperatures will drop into the lower 30s.

The threat of precipitation will increase by mid morning Tuesday
as the low pressure reaches western Missouri. Rain will initially
overspread much of the region, with snow mixing in across areas
north of Highway 30 by Tuesday evening. Isolated areas of thunder
will be possible with the heavier showers. High temperatures for
Tuesday will range from the upper 30s over eastern Iowa, to lower
40s over northeast Missouri.


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