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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
851 AM CDT Fri Mar 23 2018

Partly cloudy skies were found across the region early Friday, as
high pressure drifted over the area and a storm system developed
east of the Colorado rockies. Morning low temperatures, ranged
from 20 degrees in Freeport, to 37 degrees in Keokuk.

Increasing clouds, windy conditions, and precipitation chances
will be found today, as an area of low pressure tracks east over
Kansas. Strong easterly winds between 20 and 30 mph will be common
during the afternoon and evening. Afternoon high temperatures,
will top out in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Light rain will
spread from southwest to northeast late Friday morning and
afternoon, changing to snow after 7 pm this evening north of a
line from Cedar Rapids, to the Quad Cities. Some thunderstorms
will also be possible late Friday afternoon and evening. Heavy
snow will fall late Friday night into Saturday, with the highest
totals between 7 and 10 inches, falling in a 30 mile wide line
from Waterloo, to Anamosa, to Princeton Illinois. Rain amounts
over 1 inch will also be seen with this system. Overnight low
temperatures, will range from the upper 20s north of highway 20,
to the upper 30s in northeast Missouri and west central Illinois.

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