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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
452 AM CDT SAT AUG 1 2015

Mostly clear skies and light winds prevailed across central and
southeast Illinois early this morning. Temperatures around the area
at 4 a.m. ranged from 60 degrees at Galesburg and Champaign, to 72
degrees at Mount Carmel

The isolated thunderstorms in northeast Missouri into west central
Illinois should continue to weaken through the morning hours, while
continuing to move southeast along a weak frontal boundary stretched
from northeast Missouri to southern Indiana. A warm and dry day is
anticipated across the entire Midwest today before an approaching
cold front triggers scattered thunderstorms across Iowa, Wisconsin,
and northwest Illinois tonight. A few of the storms could become
severe across Iowa, with damaging wind gusts and heavy rainfall
possible. After that, the front will move further eastward, bringing
rain chances to much of the region tomorrow.

High temperatures today will range from the lower 80s across
northeast Indiana, to the lower 90s across Missouri, southern
portions of Illinois and Indiana, and western Kentucky.

Low temperatures tonight across the Midwest will generally be in the
mid to low 70s, while northern Wisconsin is expected to drop into
the mid 50s.

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EJL




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