Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
301 PM CST Fri Feb 24 2017

The cold front has pushed through central Illinois, although far
southeastern Illinois remains ahead of the front at 3 p.m.
Temperatures this afternoon ranged from the mid 40s where the
front has moved through to the upper 60s ahead of the front.

A strong cold front will continue to push through the remainder of
Illinois over the next hour, and push into the Ohio Valley this
afternoon and evening. Behind the cold front, northwest winds
will bring much colder air into the Midwest, along with scattered
light snow or flurries, for tonight into Saturday morning.
Farther northwest, heavy snow is possible from northern Iowa into
central Wisconsin.

Low temperatures tonight will return to around normal with lows
ranging from the teens across eastern Iowa and northwest Illinois,
to the low 30s in souther Illinois. High temperatures Saturday
will only reach the upper 20s to near 40 around the Midwest.

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