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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
732 PM CST Sun Jan 21 2018

Dense fog affected much of central and eastern Illinois into
Sunday afternoon, but finally dissipated by late afternoon and
evening. High temperatures were well above normal, and within a
few degrees of record highs at some locations. Highs ranged from
48 at Lawrenceville, to 62 at Springfield.

A strong low pressure system over the central Plains, will track
northeast into the Great Lakes by Monday night. This will bring a
good chance of showers and thunderstorms to much of the Midwest,
for tonight and into Monday. A strong cold front will push across
the region Monday afternoon, with some strong storms possible.
Behind the front, much colder air will move into the Midwest.
Areas of light snow are possible for Monday night, into Tuesday.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the upper 30s in
northeast Illinois, to the mid 50s in west central Illinois. Highs
on Monday will range from the upper 30s in northern Iowa, to the
lower 60s in west central Illinois.

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