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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
810 PM CST FRI FEB 27 2015

Mostly to partly clear skies were present across central and
southeast Illinois this evening. Winds were light and variable to
calm. Temperatures ranged from near zero in the Galesburg area to
13 degrees in Lawrenceville.

Strong arctic high pressure over central Illinois will continue to
drift east into the mid Atlantic states tonight into tomorrow,
bringing mostly to partly clear conditions overnight. Another weather
system will move into the region tomorrow afternoon, spreading snow
east across Missouri and Iowa, and across the rest of the region
tomorrow night into Sunday, with rain also possible southeast of I-70
Sunday afternoon. The heaviest snow will fall across north central
Missouri, central Illinois, and into central Indiana, while lighter
accumulations can be expected north and south of this main axis.

Low temperatures tonight will range from 10 to 15 degrees below
zero across northeast Iowa to the mid teens across southern Missouri
and southwest Kentucky.

High temperatures on Saturday will range from the upper teens and
lower 20s over Wisconsin, northeast Iowa, and northern parts of
Illinois and Indiana to the upper 30s across southern Kentucky.

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ALW




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