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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
903 PM CDT TUE MAY 31 2016

Isolated showers and thunderstorms affected portions of central
Illinois this afternoon and early evening. Two to three inches of
rain fell in Champaign, causing several streets to flood. Temperatures
around the area at 8 PM ranged from 68 degrees at Champaign and
Rantoul, to 81 degrees at Lawrenceville and Mount Carmel.

A cold front and associated low pressure system over the Plains,
will slowly track east across the Midwest through Wednesday. This
will bring periods of showers and thunderstorms to the region
through mid week. Temperatures will remain several degrees above
normal through Wednesday. Mostly dry and slightly cooler
conditions are expected behind the front late Wednesday into

Low temperatures overnight will drop into the low to mid 60s for
much of the Midwest, but western Iowa and northern Wisconsin will
see temperatures drop into the mid 50s.

High temperatures on Wednesday will range from the lower 70s for
northwest Iowa and northern Wisconsin, to the upper 80s in central


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