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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
449 AM CST FRI MAR 6 2015

Mostly clear skies and light to calm winds prevailed across central
and southeast Illinois early this morning. Pre-dawn temperatures
around the area at 4 a.m, ranged from 8 below zero, to 10 degrees at
Jacksonville. Even with the light winds, the bitterly cold
temperatures produced wind chills in single digits and teens below
zero.

High pressure over the Midwest will continue to push east, with a
southwesterly flow setting up across the region today. High
temperatures will gradually increase into the weekend, with seasonal
high temperatures by Sunday. Mostly dry conditions will persist into
the weekend, with a few weak disturbances moving through the region
on today and tomorrow, bringing some chances for rain and snow to
southern Michigan and northern Indiana. Much warmer air will enter
the Midwest next week, with high temperatures well above normal
toward the middle of next week.

High temperatures today, will range from the mid 20s in eastern
Indiana, to the low 50s across the western parts of Iowa and
Missouri.

Low temperatures tonight, from the mid teens across the snow covered
areas along the Ohio River Valley, to the low to mid 30s across
central and western Missouri.

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EJL




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