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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
648 PM CST THU JAN 29 2015

Cloudy skies and areas of drizzle, were common across central and
southeast Illinois on Thursday.  Blustery northwest winds
developed, as a cold front pushed well east of the region by
afternoon. Temperatures were nearly steady in the middle to upper
30s, for the daylight hours.

High pressure will shift across the area on Friday, bringing quiet
and cooler conditions.  For the upcoming weekend, a storm system
will develop over the Plains, and spread snow northeast across
portions of the Midwest, for Saturday and Sunday.  Several inches of
accumulation are possible from northern Missouri, east into Illinois
and Indiana, by late Sunday.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the lower teens in
northeast Iowa, to the upper 20s along the Ohio Valley.  Highs on
Friday will range from the lower 20s in southern Wisconsin, to the
middle 40s in southern Missouri.

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