Extended Forecast for 61265
Tuesday 10/13
67° | 42°
Wednesday 10/14
68° | 48°
Thursday 10/15
70° | 42°
Partly Cloudy
Friday 10/16
58° | 33°
Saturday 10/17
55° | 34°

National Weather Service Hourly Forecast for Monday 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 Tuesday, Oct. 13, the 286th day of 2015. There are 79 days left in the year.

1865 -- 150 years ago: Jeff Thompson reports to a Louisville newspaper that the only persons in the South who wish to do any more fighting are those who didn't do any when they had the chance.
1890 -- 125 years ago: Horst van Keckritz, former clerk at Nadler's Fourth Avenue Drug Store, is now proprietor of the establishment.
1915 -- 100 years ago: The first arrest resulting from the mayor's order that all fences around saloons be cut to 5 feet was made today.
1940 -- 75 years ago: Stephen Early, presidential assistant, has denied persistent rumors that Joseph P. Kennedy, U.S. ambassador to England, will resign his post.
1965 -- 50 years ago: Moline must have seemed to resemble a farming community to police who answered one complaint yesterday. Police say Mrs. Willie Taylor of Moline summoned Officer Joe Dempsey to her house to deal with a billy goat, a nanny goat and two kids in the yard of Mrs. Jack Trask, Moline. Mrs. Trask said two unidentified men dropped the goats off and also left an auto with no license plates in the driveway.
1990 -- 25 years ago: Black Hawk Days, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at the Watch Tower Lodge in Black Hawk State Historic Site, Rock Island, will feature a troupe of 20 dancers from the American Indian Center in St. Louis and the talents of six storytellers.