Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Central Illinois

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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
Issued by National Weather Service Chicago IL
336 PM CST Tue Jan 24 2017

Cloudy skies were seen across portions of central and east central
Illinois through mid afternoon. The remainder of the area saw
partly to mostly sunny skies. Temperatures across the area at 3
P.M., ranged from 38 degrees at Galesburg and Lacon to 51 Degrees
at Harrisburg.

High pressure continues to shift south today, clouds will
continue to move into the area. Low pressure will track from the
Plains into the central Great Lakes region tonight. Accumulating
snow is likely to the north of the low across Iowa and Wisconsin.
Snow rain mix is likely across portions of northern Illinois,
Isolated rain showers are possible across central Illinois
overnight. Rain is possible again Wednesday before possibly
mixing with or changing to snow Wednesday night.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the middle 20s
acrossnorthern Iowa to the mid 40s across the Missouri
Bootheel.


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