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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
855 PM CDT Tue Apr 17 2018

Mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures than in previous days
was found across the region on Tuesday, as weak high pressure
drifted overhead. Afternoon high temperatures, ranged from 40
degrees in Freeport, to 58 degrees in Kirksville Missouri.

Increasing clouds and precipitation chances will be seen overnight
tonight and Wednesday, as a late season winter storm tracks east
over the Great Plains and into northern Missouri. Overnight low
temperatures, will range from the upper 20s in northern Illinois,
to the upper 30s in northeast Missouri, southeast Iowa, and
western Illinois. Scattered thunderstorms with rain, freezing
rain, and sleet will be possible Wednesday morning, especially
north and west of a line from Ottumwa, to Dubuque, causing
hazardous travel. All precipitation will change to snow by late
morning north of I-80. Snowfall accumulations between 1 and 5
inches will be possible north of highway 30 by Wednesday
afternoon. Areas south of I-80, will likely see all rain from this
storm. Wednesday high temperatures, will only reach the lower 30s
to lower 40s.

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