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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
848 PM CST Fri Dec 9 2016

Mostly cloudy skies and a few snow flurries occurred over the
course of the evening. Temperatures have remained near 20 this
evening due to cloud coverage.

Cold air will remain in place through Saturday, before the next
system arrives in the Midwest. Temperatures will rise back to
normal Sunday, but the chance for rain and snow will increase
through the weekend. Snowfall will begin in northern Illinois
Saturday evening and gradually slide to the south towards central
Illinois Sunday. Most locations in the southern half of the state
will see rain and mixed precipitation, whereas northern Illinois
will see accumulating snowfall.

Overnight low temperatures will generally remain in the teens,
with a few locations only dropping to near 20. High temperatures
Saturday will range from the low 20s along the Illinois Wisconsin
border, to the mid 30s in the Ohio-Mississippi River Valley.

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