Extended Forecast for 61265
Friday 07/01
79° | 56°
Partly Cloudy
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Saturday 07/02
78° | 57°
Mostly Cloudy
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Sunday 07/03
76° | 59°
Chance of Rain
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Monday 07/04
82° | 63°
Partly Cloudy
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Tuesday 07/05
88° | 70°
Partly Cloudy
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National Weather Service Hourly Forecast for Tuesday at 61265
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High Temperature 74°F 95°F (1937)
Low Temperature 51°F 32°F (1995)
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1891 -- 125 years ago: Edwards & Walsh finish the first block of brick paving as the work on 4th Ave. began to show real progress.
1916 -- 100 years ago: D.G. Porter, manager of the Peoples Power company, announced plans to reset quarter gas meters in 1,000 homes to show real progress.
1941 -- 75 years ago: Clean up and repair work was in progress in the Tri-Cities and a dozen communities of western Illinois today in the wake of a severe gale which struck shortly before 3 o'clock last evening and caused damage estimated at thousands of dollars.
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1991 -- 25 years ago: To avoid offending Japan, the United States is not inviting any foreign governments to ceremonies marking the 50th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The decision, reached after months of deliberations, also was meant to defuse anger from veteran's and survivors groups opposed to official Japanese participation in the event.