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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
820 PM CST WED MAR 4 2015

Cloud cover remained over central and southeast Illinois, while the
bands of snow that moved over far southeast Illinois exited the area
this evening. Winds were out of the northwest at 5 to 15 mph, with
calm winds near Galesburg. Temperatures were in the mid teens to
low 20s throughout the area.

A storm system moving across southern Missouri, southern Illinois,
southern Indiana, and northern Kentucky began to push off to the
east, with snow beginning to diminish. Well below normal temperatures
and dry weather, associated with Arctic high pressure, will settle
into much of the region tonight, persisting through tomorrow night.
Dry conditions will continue into the weekend, with temperatures
warming to near normal over the weekend. A shifting weather pattern
will keep warmer temperatures across the Midwest into the early
part of next week.

Low temperatures tonight will range from around 10 below zero across
much of Wisconsin and northern Iowa to the upper teens in southeast
Missouri and Kentucky.

High temperatures tomorrow will range from the low teens in
northeastern Iowa and Wisconsin to near 30 degrees in south central
Missouri.

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ALW




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