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Early Season Winter Storm Moves into the Northeast; Cold Front Brings Snow Across the Northern Rockies into the Upper Midwest

The early season winter storm spreads to the Northeast bringing snow, sleet, and freezing rain to the region, in addition to gusty winds and coastal flooding. A series of cold fronts dropping southward from Canada will lead to snow across the Northern/Central Rockies into the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest. Read More >

Overview

A cluster of storms moving from southern Iowa to southern Illinois produced severe weather on Thursday, June 28th. Strong winds downed trees and powerlines around Keokuk, Fort Madison, and Macomb, and one person was injured by a falling tree in Memphis. Rainfall amounts ranged from a trace at Cedar Rapids and Iowa City, to forty three hundredths of an inch at Burlington. It was warm with temperatures ranging from 88 degrees at Dubuque and Burlington, to 83 degrees at Freeport.

 

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