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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
445 AM CDT WED SEP 28 2016

Clouds increased, producing some light rain, overnight as the low
pressure system begins to move slowly to the southern Great Lakes
from Canada. Temperatures around the area early this morning were
in the upper 50s to near 60.

As the low pressure system in the Great Lakes region progresses
south through the week, there will be a chance for showers each
day. Temperatures will remain fall-like through the weekend,
before a slight increase to begin next week.

High temperatures today will be a little cooler than Tuesday, with
highs around the Mississippi River Valley region in the low 60s
north and mid 70s south.

Low temperatures tonight, will dip back into the upper 40s for
Iowa and Wisconsin, while holding in the low 50s across much of
central and southern Illinois.


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