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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
645 AM CST WED FEB 10 2016

Clear skies and a west to northwest breeze was seen across central
and southeast early this morning. Pre-dawn temperatures around the
area at 6 a.m. ranged from 3 degrees above zero at Galesburg, to 14
degrees at Flora and Mount Carmel. With northwest winds at 5 to 15
mph, wind chill readings were generally in the single digits below
zero.

Snow showers will continue this morning across Indiana and Kentucky,
while the remainder of the region experiences dry, but very cold
conditions. Lake effect snow will persist southeast of Lake Michigan
through tomorrow morning. Meanwhile, a fast-moving storm system will
race out of the Northern Rockies and bring a period of very light
snow to central and southern Iowa, northern Missouri, and southwest
Illinois this afternoon and evening. Snow amounts of 1 inch or less
are expected along and southwest of a line from Des Moines, Iowa to
Paducah, Kentucky.

High temperatures today will range from the single digits above
zero in northern Wisconsin, to the upper 40s in southwest Missouri.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the teens below zero in
northern Wisconsin, to the middle 20s in southwest Missouri.

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EJL




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