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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
819 PM CDT FRI MAR 27 2015

Scattered cumulus clouds across the southern half of Illinois began
dissipating at sunset. Otherwise, mostly clear skies were present
across central and southeast Illinois this evening, with a few high
clouds streaming into western Illinois. Winds were out of the north
at 5 to 10 mph. Temperatures were in the upper 20s to low 30s
throughout the area.

A surface high pressure center will drift across the Midwest through
Saturday evening. While much of the region will remain dry during
this time, an area of light snow will move through Missouri
overnight, associated with a fast moving upper level disturbance. A
more substantial chance of precipitation is expected over the Midwest
late Saturday night into Sunday, as a cold front pushes through the
region. Most of this will fall as rain, although some snow may be
mixed in early Sunday morning. A weak surface high will settle in
over the central Plains, extending into the Midwest, by the start of
the work week, resulting in mostly dry conditions over the Midwest on
Monday.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the teens over Wisconsin
into Indiana to the low 30s in western parts of Missouri and Iowa.

High temperatures on Saturday will range from the mid 30s in northern
Indiana, and eastern Wisconsin, to the upper 40s in central parts of
Missouri and Iowa.

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ALW




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