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Record February Warmth

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Today felt more like we are approaching summer instead of mid winter as warm southwesterly breezes brought unprecedented warmth into our state. Highs ranged from the lower to middle 70s across the south to 50s and 60s across the north …

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Updated: EF-0, EF-1 Tornadoes Confirmed in East Central Iowa Saturday

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Updated information from the NWS in the Quad Cities shows that two tornadoes touched down in eastern Iowa on Saturday. The first moved across the southwest portion of Lake Delhi with tree damage the predominant report. This tornado has an estimated peak winds of about 90 MPH, making it an EF-1. The second affected north of the Worthington area – only about 10 miles away from Delhi. This storm is estimated to have had 70 MPH winds with it, making it a EF-0.