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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
749 PM CDT Wed May 24 2017

Mostly cloudy skies and below normal temperatures were found
across the region on Wednesday, as an upper level storm system
rotated south over Missouri. Some light showers fell over portions
of northwest Illinois and west central Illinois during the
afternoon, with rain totals generally less than a quarter of an
inch. Wednesday high temperatures, ranged from 58 degrees in
Freeport, to 66 degrees in Burlington. This is 9 to 13 degrees
below normal for late May.

Decreasing clouds and cool temperatures will be found overnight
tonight, as the upper level storm system tracks east into the Ohio
river valley. Expect temperatures to drop into the middle to
upper 40s by sunrise Thursday. Areas of fog will be possible early
Thursday due to the cool temperatures and plentiful low level
moisture, with visibilities below a half mile at times. Any fog
will burn off a few hours after sunrise. Beautiful late May
weather will be seen Thursday, with mostly sunny skies and highs
reaching the lower 70s by the afternoon.

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