Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
850 PM CST Sat Dec 10 2016

The first round of snow has moved through north central Illinois
and will be exiting eastern Illinois over the next couple of hours.
Temperatures late this evening were in the mid to upper 20s for
most locations.

Temperatures will continue to slowly rise back to normal over the
next 24 hours, but the chance for rain and snow will increase once
again as the main system moves into the region overnight and
through Sunday. Most locations across the southern half of the
region will see mostly rain, with a chance of mixed precipitation
on Sunday, whereas the northern portion of the region will see
accumulating snowfall.

Overnight low temperatures will range in the 20s, with low 20s
across northern Illinois and upper 20s in the southern portions of
the state. High temperatures Sunday will range from near 30 in the
northern Midwest to the low 40s in the lower Ohio-Mississippi
River Valley region.

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