Extended Forecast for 61265
Sunday 10/04
64° | 52°
Monday 10/05
72° | 54°
Tuesday 10/06
77° | 52°
Partly Cloudy
Wednesday 10/07
79° | 59°
Thursday 10/08
75° | 56°
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National Weather Service Hourly Forecast for Thursday at 61265
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High Temperature 31°F 60°F (1939)
Low Temperature 14°F -22°F (1875)
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  Today is Sunday, October 4, the 277th day of 2015. There are 88 days left in the year.

1865 -- 150 years ago: Dr. J.W. Valis, dentist, who has been absent in the gold regions, during the past summer, has returned to this city and is ready to attend to all calls in the line of his profession.
1890 -- 125 years ago: The Rock Island Plow works suspended work to permit all its men to attend the state fair at Peoria today.
1915 -- 100 years ago: Beginning tomorrow, the city weighing station will be located at the grain office of R.C. Benson, on 17th Street, between second and third avenues. Today the last load to be weighed at the old weighing station in the center of market square will pass over the scales.
1940 -- 75 years ago: Wesley Jones, of Rock Island, was named winner of the third Argus Photo Contest against 47 other entrants.
1965 -- 50 years ago: Nearly 150 competitors participated Sunday in the sixth annual jumping show at Royal Bourbon Stables in Carbon Cliff. Mrs. William Hewitt of Friendship Farm was the show's only tow time winner. There were 400 spectators.
1990 -- 25 years ago: Deere & Co. and Case IH are getting nearly $1.4 million in state industrial training grants to help upgrade the skills of 3,688 Quad-Cities workers. The two grants are part of the state's Industrial Training Program to help Illinois businesses better compete in a global market.