Quad Cities, IL/IA – Severe Storms Possible Late Tonight

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Quad Cities, IL/IA – Residents in the Quad Cities area, spanning Illinois and Iowa, are on alert as the US National Weather Service has forecast a line of potentially severe storms expected to strike late this evening into the night. 

These storms could bring strong winds and hail, posing significant risks. The primary window for these severe conditions is slated from approximately 7 PM to 1 AM. While the threat is anticipated to diminish post-1 AM, particularly east of the Mississippi River, vigilance remains crucial.

According to the weather service, the severe weather risk will decrease as the night progresses, but residents are urged to maintain multiple methods for receiving updates and warnings. Reports of hail or wind damage should be communicated to local authorities. 

The forecast also indicates that this active weather pattern will persist through midweek, with temperatures ranging from the 70s to low 80s. Community members are encouraged to stay informed by following the latest weather forecasts and preparing for potential impacts.

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