Extended Forecast for 61265
Friday 10/28
73° | 64°
Partly Cloudy
Saturday 10/29
76° | 54°
Mostly Cloudy
Sunday 10/30
62° | 45°
Partly Cloudy
Monday 10/31
75° | 58°
Partly Cloudy
Tuesday 11/01
71° | 55°
Partly Cloudy

National Weather Service Hourly Forecast for Friday at 61265
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High Temperature 85°F 102°F (1931)
Low Temperature 65°F 46°F (1971)
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  Today is Friday, Oct. 28, the 302nd day of 2016. There are 64 days left in the year.
1866 -- 150 years ago: Gen Rodman believes the Arsenal Building is badly located and would have it moved were the work not in an advance state.
1891 -- 125 years ago: Phil Lynch resigned his position with the Gleming and Co. Fruit Depot to take a position with the Chicago Paste Co.
1916 -- 100 years ago: The steamer Helen Blair returned from a cruise to New Orleans and was placed in winter storage here.
1941 -- 75 years ago: Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas of Rock Island will celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary.
1966 -- 50 years ago: Two caravans carrying state dignitaries from Illinois and Iowa rolled onto the new $5 million Interstate 80 bridge, meeting at the Center, at 11 this morning to link the two states across the Mississippi River at Rapids City.
1991 -- 25 years ago: Moline police received a call shortly after 9 a.m. Sunday from a resident in the 2500 block of 5th Street who reported a large cat loose in the neighborhood, said Sgt Mike Stoner. We thought it was a domestic cat. He said, until Officer Don Madson arrived at the scene and saw the cougar walk out from behind a central air conditioning unit. The cougar apparently has escaped from a basement window at the Kevin Honaker residence at 2431 5th St. said Mr. Stoner.