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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
914 PM CDT SUN MAY 29 2016

Mostly clear skies and light winds were seen across central and
southeast Illinois this evening. High clouds were starting to
drift over the area from the west at late evening. Temperatures
around the area at 9 PM ranged from 69 degrees at Lacon, to 76
degrees at Decatur.

High pressure in the Midwest will bring mostly clear skies and
seasonably warm temperatures overnight. Much of Monday will see
quiet conditions across the region. However, the next storm system
over the Plains will spread scattered showers and storms across
Iowa and Missouri on Monday afternoon. As this system slowly moves
east, thunderstorm chances will increase east of the Mississippi
River, for late Monday and Tuesday.

Low temperatures overnight will drop into the upper 50s to middle
60s across the Midwest.

High temperatures on Memorial Day will top out in the low to
middle 80s across the region.


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