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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
1128 AM CST Tue Jan 16 2018

Mostly cloudy skies, bitterly cold temperatures, and brisk
westerly winds were seen across central and southeast Illinois
this morning. Light snow showers and flurries were seen across
northern portions of the area, with some locations receiving a few
tenths of an inch. Temperatures around the area at 11 AM, ranged
from 1 below zero at Jacksonville, to 5 degrees at Lacon. With the
west winds of 10 to 20 mph, wind chill values were generally in
the 15 to 20 below zero range.

Bitterly cold temperatures moved into the Midwest overnight. A
strong upper level low pressure system will pivot through central
and southeast Illinois today, bringing some light snow showers and
flurries to parts of Illinois and Indiana. Only minor
accumulations are expected. After the system pushes east
overnight, dry weather will return. After a cold start tomorrow
morning, temperatures will rebound tomorrow, but remain below
seasonal normals until Thursday.

High temperatures today, will range from the single digits above
zero across western Iowa, to the middle 20s across southeast
Wisconsin and northeast Illinois. Low temperatures tonight across
the Midwest, will fall into the single digits above and below


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