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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
438 AM CST SAT FEB 28 2015

Cloud cover began to increase over central and southeast Illinois
overnight.  With high pressure shifting east of the region, winds
were light and temperatures remained cold.  Early morning readings
were primarily in the single digits.

Another winter storm tracking east from the Plains, will spread
accumulating snow across Missouri this morning, and then east
across much of Illinois and Indiana this afternoon and tonight.
Periods of snow will continue into Sunday, with a wintery mix, or
rain possible, across southern Illinois.  By late Sunday, several
inches of snow is possible from Missouri east through much of central
Illinois and Indiana, with amounts tapering off farther north and
south.

High temperatures today will range from the teens in northwest
Illinois, to the lower 30s along the Ohio Valley.  Lows tonight
will range from near 10 degrees in southern Wisconsin, to near 30
degrees in southern Indiana.

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