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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
710 PM CDT SAT APR 30 2016

A large area of rain pushed north across central Illinois on
Saturday, depositing between one half, and three quarters of an
inch. By early evening, the rain had shifted north into the Great
Lakes. High temperatures ranged from 56 in Peoria, to 69 in
Lawrenceville.

With plenty of moisture left behind by the recent rainfall and
winds becoming light, fog will develop tonight, particularly along
and north of the I-72 corridor. A few showers and thunderstorms
may re-develop tonight and Sunday, as low pressure tracks slowly
eastward out of the region. After that, dry and warmer weather
will be on tap by Tuesday.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the lower 40s in northern
Illinois, to near 60 degrees in southern Illinois. Highs on Sunday
will range from the mid 40s in northeast Illinois, to the upper
70s in southern Indiana.

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