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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
1013 PM CDT THU JUL 28 2016

Mostly clear skies were seen across central and southeast
Illinois this evening. Isolated showers and thunderstorms
developed across the area this afternoon and into the early
evening hours. Brief heavy rainfall and frequent lightening were
the main threats with these storms, however, some locations also
reported funnel clouds. Temperatures around the area at 9 PM
ranged from 70 degrees at Mattoon, to 77 degrees at Springfield
and Jacksonville.

A stalled front extended from central Indiana, south into
southeast Missouri, then into northern Arkansas. This front will
trigger scattered showers and thunderstorms through Friday. Much
of the Midwest will should dry out Saturday, as weak high pressure
settles into the area. Rain chances should be limited to the Ohio
River Valley, near the stalled front on Saturday. Rain chances
return on Sunday night across the area.

Low temperatures overnight will drop into the lower 60s to lower
70s across the Midwest.

High temperatures on Friday will range from the middle 70s across
Iowa, southern Wisconsin, and northwest Illinois, to the upper 80s
across southeast Missouri, southern Illinois, and western


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