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First Alert Day issued for Friday and Saturday

A Winter Storm has its sights set on the QCA. 4 to 8 inches of snow or more and strong winds will have a high impact on travel Friday night and Saturday

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Volunteer snowmobile rescue team in Muscatine. Some people look at a snowmobile and only think adventure or even danger. But not Muscatine's Kyle Sturtz or Tanner Gandia. At this time Kyle and Tanner are working independently and are not affiliated with any emergency response teams. In an emergency, authorities do sometimes reach out to the public to see if anyone has snowmobiles, or horses or anything that can help them reach someone who may be stranded and in need of help. If you are stranded or in need of help please contact 9-1-1.

Quad City Area Snow Emergency Information

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