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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
818 PM CST SAT JAN 31 2015

Precipitation continued to move across most of central and southeast
Illinois this evening, with rain and a rain, sleet, snow mix in most
locations.  Very light snow accumulations on some surfaces have
resulted in Champaign earlier this evening. Winds were light, out of
the south southeast. Temperatures hovered at, to a few degrees above,
the freezing mark throughout the area.

A storm system moving northeast from the southern Plains will
continue to spread rain and snow throughout the Midwest tonight
through tomorrow night. Due to temperatures hovering near the
freezing mark tonight into tomorrow, most of the snow will accumulate
along and north of I-72, where the colder air will settle in north
of the low pressure center. Locations further south, closer to the
Ohio River, will see mixed precipitation or all rain, minimizing snow
totals in that area. After the storm system exits tomorrow evening,
very cold air will spread over the region for the start of the work
week.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the teens in southern
Wisconsin to the upper 30s across southeast Missouri and western
Kentucky.

High temperatures on Sunday will range from the teens in northern
Iowa to the low 50s in southern Kentucky.

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ALW




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