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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
719 PM CDT SAT SEP 20 2014

Scattered thunderstorms affected portions of central and eastern
Illinois, on Saturday afternoon and into the early evening.  These
storms formed ahead of a cold front, which was pushing across
Iowa. Ahead of the front, southwest breezes brought warmer and more
humid air into the region.  High temperatures were several degrees
above normal, in the lower to middle 80s.

The cold front and attendant thunderstorm threat will track east and
southeast across central, east central and southeast Illinois this
evening. As the cold front shifts towards the Ohio Valley on Sunday
morning, the rain threat will end over most of the area. High
pressure will settle back into the Midwest through the first part of
the work week. This will bring dry and cool weather to the area.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the lower 50s in northern
Iowa, to the upper 60s along the Ohio Valley.  Highs on Sunday will
range from the mid 60s in northern Illinois, to the lower 80s in
southern Missouri.

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