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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
851 PM CST Thu Dec 8 2016

Mostly cloudy skies and snow flurries were seen across portions of
central Illinois during the evening hours. Temperatures around the
region were in the low 20s at 9 p.m.

Northwest winds will aid in temperatures remaining several
degrees below normal through the end of the week, with single
digit wind chills common. Besides lake effect snow downwind of
the Great Lakes, dry weather will persist, as a high pressure
system shifts across the Midwest through Friday night. As the high
pressure moves eastward to end the week, the next disturbance will
move into the region this weekend, bringing the chance for accumulating
snowfall Sunday.

Overnight low temperatures will drop back into the teens tonight.
High temperatures Friday will only climb back into the 20s around
the region.

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