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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
314 PM CDT FRI MAR 27 2015

Scattered snow showers moved through east central Illinois this
morning and early afternoon, most numerous east of I-57. These
produced a light dusting of accumulation in a few areas. While
clouds lingered into mid afternoon in these areas, clearing was
taking place elsewhere in central Illinois, and much of the
afternoon was sunny northwest of the Illinois River. Temperatures
were rather cool for late March, mainly in the mid to upper 30s at
mid afternoon. However, temperatures had reached around 40 degrees
in Springfield and Jacksonville.

An area of high pressure will drift across the Midwest through
Saturday evening. While much of the region will be dry during this
time, an area of light snow will move through Missouri overnight,
with a fast moving upper level system. A more substantial chance of
precipitation is expected over the Midwest late Saturday night into
Sunday, as a cold front pushes through the region. Most of this
will fall as rain, although some snow may be mixed in late Saturday
night and early Sunday morning.

Regional low temperatures tonight will range from the teens from
Wisconsin to Indiana, to around 30 degrees in western parts of
Missouri and Iowa. Highs on Saturday will range from the mid 30s in
northern Indiana, and eastern Wisconsin, to the lower 50s in western
parts of Missouri and Iowa.

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Geelhart




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