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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
438 AM CST SAT FEB 13 2016

Clear skies and very cold air prevailed over central and southeast
Illinois overnight.  Early morning temperatures were in the single
digits north of I-70, and teens farther south.  Northwest winds
around 10 MPH, produced below zero wind chills.

Canadian high pressure will shift across the region today, bringing
dry but cold conditions.  For tonight, an Alberta clipper low
pressure system, will quickly approach from the northwest,
spreading accumulating snow east of the Mississippi River.  Periods
of snow are expected to continue through the day Sunday, with
widespread accumulations of 2 to 4 inches, from Iowa, southeast
through much of Illinois, and into Indiana.

High temperatures today will range from near 10 degrees in northeast
Illinois, to the upper 30s in southern Missouri.  Lows tonight will
range from near zero in northeast Illinois, to the lower 20s in
southern Missouri.

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