Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Central Illinois
AWUS83 KILX 271200
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
600 AM CST FRI NOV 27 2015
A slow moving cold front stretching from Chicago to St Louis was
slowly moving southeast across central and southeast early this
morning spreading rain showers across the area. Most areas have had
around a half of an inch of rain or less, so far. Although the radar
was indicating the areas along the Illinois River had heaviest rain
totals of around an inch. Temperatures around the area at 5 a.m.
ranged from 39 degrees at Galesburg, to 59 degrees at Effingham,
Mount Carmel, and Robinson.
A slow-moving cold front will continue pushing across the Midwest.
This will bring widespread to the area through this afternoon, as the
front presses to the southeast. The front is expected to stall out
from southern Missouri, into the Ohio Valley this weekend, bringing
more rain to the southern Midwest. High pressure building in from
the north, will bring a drying trend as far south as central
Illinois, along with more seasonable temperatures.
High temperatures today will occur prior to the frontal passage
across the area, ranging from the middle 20s in western Iowa, to the
middle 60s across much of Kentucky.
Low temperatures tonight will range from near 10 degrees in northwest
Iowa, to the middle 50s across Kentucky.