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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
256 PM CST WED NOV 26 2014

Light snow began to overspread much of central Illinois after
midday, and by mid afternoon had reached as far east as Decatur and
Effingham. Temperatures did not make much of a recovery today, and
were largely in the upper 20s to mid 30s at mid afternoon. However,
far southeast Illinois near Lawrenceville did reach near 40
degrees.

A fast moving storm system along the Illinois and Missouri border
this afternoon will continue to dive southeast, spreading the
precipitation into the Ohio Valley by evening. Much of the snow will
quickly exit the Midwest following the passage of this storm
system, although snow showers will linger near the Great Lakes into
tomorrow. Most of the Midwest will be dry but very cold for
Thanksgiving, although milder weather will be overspreading much
of the region the remainder of the holiday weekend.

Regional low temperatures tonight will range from the single digits
across northern Iowa, to the lower 30s in western Kentucky. Highs
on Thanksgiving Day will only be in the teens and 20s across
Wisconsin, Iowa, and northern Illinois. Further south, 30s will be
common from southern Missouri, east into the Ohio Valley.

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Geelhart




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