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Air conditioners can be cut off for the next several days, but heaters may be needed overnight as a substantial cool front moves through the Quad-City region Thursday bringing with it well-below normal temperatures and the chances for strong storms, Meteorologist Brian Pierce of the National Weather Service said Wednesday.

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Residents along some of the areas smaller rivers will need to bear with some minor flooding for a day or two as the record rainfall that fell Saturday and Sunday has forced a few rivers out of their banks.

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A large portion of the Quad-City Region will be under a Red Flag Warning, or fire danger alert, from noon to 8 p.m. Monday as strong southerly winds coupled with low humidity and dry grasses will make conditions prime for fires, the National Weather Service said Sunday.

Winter will make a brief return to the Quad-Cities on Monday bringing the possibility of a wintry mix, some ice and a couple of inches of snow, Meteorologist Peter Speck of the National Weather Service said.

After several days with high temperatures in the middle 60s, the Quad-City region will have a brief cooling period with a chance of rain thrown into the mix by the middle of the week that may help to clean the streets of the debris that has been hidden under the ice and snow since late December.

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