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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
841 PM CST WED NOV 26 2014

Snow showers continued to move through portions of central and
southeast Illinois this evening. Heavier bands of snow resulted in
1 to 3 inches over some locations from roughly southern Fulton
county southeast through Lawrence county. Winds were out of the
northeast at 5 to 15 mph. Temperatures were in the upper 20s to low
30s across the area.

A fast moving storm system will continue to dive southeast, with snow
showers continuing in Iowa, Missouri, and Illinois and precipitation
spreading into the Ohio Valley tonight. Much of the snow will begin
to diminish as the storm system keeps pushing eastward, although snow
showers will linger near the Great Lakes into tomorrow. Most of the
Midwest will be dry but very cold on Thanksgiving day before a
warming trend takes over much of the region into the holiday
weekend.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the single digits across
northern Iowa to the lower 30s in western Kentucky.

Highs on Thanksgiving Day will only be in the teens and 20s across
Wisconsin, Iowa, and northern Illinois. High temperatures will
mostly be in the 30s across Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri with low
40s possible in far southern Missouri, Illinois, and western
Kentucky.


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ALW




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