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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
756 AM CDT Fri Apr 13 2018

Mostly cloudy skies were in place across the region Friday morning
thanks to a strong cold front in place across northern Missouri
and central Illinois. Temperatures varied widely due to the front,
with lows ranging from 38 in Freeport, to 63 in Keokuk.

The aforementioned cold front will lift north as a warm front
today, and will stall between the Highway 34 and Interstate 80
corridors this afternoon. This front will serve as the focus for
the development of showers and thunderstorms beginning this
afternoon through tonight. Some of these storms may become strong,
with large hail, damaging winds, and heavy rainfall the primary
threats. Outside of rain and thunderstorms, skies will be partly
to mostly cloudy as high temperatures range from the middle 40s
along the Highway 20 corridor, to middle 70s over northeast
Missouri, southeast Iowa, and west central Illinois. Overnight low
temperatures will range from the middle 30s along the Highway 20
corridor, to lower 50s over northeast Missouri and west central

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