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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
924 AM CDT Sat Mar 24 2018

A strong spring storm system moved into northwest Missouri Friday
night into Saturday morning. This brought precipitation ranging
from rain in southern Iowa to snow north of Interstate 80 with
periods of a wintry mix. Snowfall amounts ranged from less than
an inch at Dubuque to 1 to 3 inches in the Quad Cities to around
7.0 inches in Buchanan, Jones, and Cedar Counties. Rainfall
amounts south of Interstate 80 ranged from 6 tenths of an inch to
1.0 inch in northeast Missouri. Low temperatures this morning
ranged from 26 degrees at Independence to 34 degrees at Fort

This storm system will move into western Kentucky during the day
on Saturday. Precipitation will continue though the day and change
over to all snow across southern Iowa, west central Illinois, and
northeast Missouri during the late afternoon. Snow will come to
an end from west to east by early evening. High temperatures on
Saturday afternoon will range from mid 30s north of Interstate 80
to the upper 30s south.


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