From 74 to 24 degrees in 12 hours

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Local 4 Chief Meteorologist Andy McCray summed up how the weather changed over 12 hours in a simple gif from “Planes, Trains and Automobiles.”

The Quad Cities set a record high at 74 degrees, but after severe storms rolled through, it got a lot colder — down to 24 degrees with the wind chill by 2 a.m.

What’s the outlook for today and the rest of the week? Local 4 Meteorologist Zane Satre has you covered in the video below, and you can check out the latest forecast any time at OurQuadCities.com/weather.

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