Extended Forecast for 61265
Friday 05/27
79° | 66°
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Saturday 05/28
84° | 63°
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Sunday 05/29
85° | 61°
Clear
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Monday 05/30
84° | 64°
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Tuesday 05/31
84° | 63°
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National Weather Service Hourly Forecast for Friday at 61265
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High Temperature 32°F 65°F (1889)
Low Temperature 17°F -19°F (1983)
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  Today is Friday, May 27, the 148th day of 2016. There are 218 days left in the year.
1866 -- 150 years ago: We understand that several young gentlemen of this city have formed a baseball club, and we soon may expect to witness the skill of those who practice this healthful and invigorating game.
1891 -- 125 years ago: Students at Augustana College presented a handsome gift to O.M. Benson, who was forced to resign from his position of instructor because of illness.
1916 -- 100 years ago: The auto of F.M. Carpenter was damaged badly when it struck a streetcar on Fort Armstrong Avenue near the curve.
1941 -- 75 years ago: Lewis B. Wilson, president of the State Bank of Rock Island, was elected treasurer of the Illinois Banker's Association.
1966 -- 50 years ago: Corn hasn't sprouted yet in Iowa, but it stood pretty high last night on the stage of the RKO Orpheum. The Jimmy Dean show may be pure corn, but 5,600 persons jammed the theater to capacity as the 37-year-old Texas television star made his second appearance in the Quad cities.
1991 -- 25 years ago: United Auto Workers at the Case IH East Moline plant accepted contract changes Sunday that guarantee their unemployment payments during plant shift downs and that lead to new health care programs.