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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
914 PM CDT Wed Jun 28 2017

Clouds increased from the northwest across central Illinois this
evening, while mostly clear skies remained across southeast
Illinois. The clouds are from thunderstorms that formed over
northern Missouri, eastern Iowa, and southern Wisconsin. The
storms have diminished as they moved east of the Mississippi
River this evening. Temperatures around the area at 8 PM, were in
the middle 70s to lower 80s.

Seasonal to slightly above normal temperatures, and an unsettled
weather pattern will be on tap across the Midwest for the
remainder of the work week. A developing low pressure system and
frontal boundary in western Kansas Wednesday evening, will track
across the Central Plains on Thursday and Friday, then move into
the Great Lakes by Friday afternoon. Strong to severe
thunderstorms will be possible this evening across Missouri, Iowa
and northwest Illinois, then farther southeast on Thursday to
include much of central Illinois. Gusty winds and hail are
possible, along with heavy downpours.

Low temperatures overnight will drop into the middle 60s to lower
70s across the Midwest, while highs on Thursday will top out in
the 80s.


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