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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
205 PM CDT WED APR 16 2014

Plenty of sunshine dominated central and southeast Illinois today
with temperatures significantly warmer than yesterday. Gusty south
winds were occasionally gusting to around 35 mph across the western
half of the area. At 2 PM temperatures across the area ranged from
48 degrees at Olney to 55 degrees at Springfield.

A low pressure system pushing across the upper Midwest will bring a
swath of snow today and tonight across southern Minnesota and much
of Wisconsin. South of the track of the low a much warmer airmass
is blowing in on gusty south winds.  A cold front will push across
the Midwest late tonight and Thursday.  Precipitation will be quite
limited with the front as dry air remains in place over the
countries mid-section.

Lows tonight will be in the 30s with some 20s expected across
northwest Iowa. Highs on Thursday should range from the 40s across
southern Minnesota, northern Iowa, and central Wisconsin, to the
60s east of I-44 across Missouri and east of I-55 across Illinois.

$$

Barker




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