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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
1134 AM CDT WED JUL 27 2016

Clouds were increasing across central and southeast Illinois
through the morning hours. Isolated showers have developed just
east of the Illinois River and were moving northeast. Temperatures
around the area at 11 AM were in the low to mid 80s.

A stationary frontal boundary draped along the Ohio River will
continue to trigger scattered showers and thunderstorms from
southern Missouri eastward into parts of central Illinois and the
Ohio River Valley today, while high pressure over the Great Lakes
brings dry weather to the remainder of the region. As the high
shifts off to the east, an approaching upper level disturbance
will bring increasing rain chances to the entire Midwest by
tomorrow and Friday.

High temperatures today will mainly be in the middle to upper
80s across the Midwest, but will reach the 90 degree mark across
southern Missouri and western Kentucky.

Regional low temperatures tonight will drop into the middle 60s to
middle 70s.


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