Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Quad Cities, IA IL

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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
850 AM CDT Thu Mar 22 2018

Clear skies and below normal temperatures were found across the
region early Thursday, as a large area of high pressure drifted
over the Midwest. Morning low temperatures, ranged from 17
degrees in Freeport, to 28 degrees in Fort Madison and Keokuk.
This is 4 to 6 degrees below normal for late March.

Increasing clouds and slightly warmer temperatures will be seen
today, as high pressure slowly moves east into the Ohio river
valley. Light rain will be possible over southern Iowa and
northeast Missouri Thursday morning, otherwise, dry conditions
will prevail. Expect high temperatures to reach the upper 40s and
lower 50s by the afternoon. Overnight low temperatures, will range
from the middle 20s in northern Illinois, to the upper 30s in
northeast Missouri. A late winter storm system will impact the
region Friday night into Saturday, bringing heavy wet snow and
strong winds to the area. At this time, the heaviest snowfall is
forecast to fall along a line from Waterloo, to Clinton, to
Princeton Illinois.

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