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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
433 AM CDT Sun Oct 22 2017

A cold front pushed into the Mississippi River Valley overnight,
spreading scattered showers and thunderstorms into western
Illinois. Farther east, partly cloudy skies and unseasonably warm
temperatures prevailed.  Early morning readings were in the 60s.

The cold front will continue to slowly push east today, spreading
scattered showers and storms across the area. As the front begins
to shift east of the region tonight and Monday, rain chances will
diminish from the west. Seasonable temperatures can be expected
for Monday. An upper level disturbance dropping in from the
north on Tuesday, will bring cooler temperatures, along with
scattered showers north of the I-74 corridor.

Highs today will range from near 60 degrees in eastern Iowa, to
near 80 degrees in southern Indiana. Lows tonight will range from
the lower 40s in eastern Iowa, to the upper 50s in eastern

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