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

Abundant sunshine and seasonably warm temperatures were seen across
central and southeast today. Humidity levels are lower than the
past few days with a cold front sliding through the area today.
Temperatures around the area at 3 PM were in the low to mid 80s,
ranging from 80 degrees at Galesburg, to 87 degrees at
Lawrenceville.

High pressure in the Midwest will bring mostly sunny skies and
seasonably warm temperatures overnight. A frontal boundary will
bring isolated showers and storms to Indiana and parts of the Ohio
Valley into the evening hours. 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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EJL



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