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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
518 AM CDT WED APR 27 2016

Showers and storms had moved out of the area by midnight and left
mostly cloudy skies across central and southeast Illinois through
the early morning hours. Temperatures were mainly in the mid 40s
and 50s and ranged from, 46 at Galesburg, 49 at Bloomington and
Peoria, 52 at Decatur, 53 at Champaign and Springfield, and, 58 at
Lawrenceville. .

The cold front that moved through Illinois on Tuesday moved south
and has become nearly stationary just north of the Ohio River
Valley. This front will lift back north toward central Illinois
on today as low pressure over central Kansas lifts into southeast
Nebraska. Periods of showers and thunderstorms will spread back
northward into Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana, and rest of Illinois on
today and continue into Thursday. There is a slight risk of
severe storms over Missouri, southern Iowa, portions of western
and southern Illinois, and, western Kentucky today with strong
winds and hail as the primary risks. Much of the region will see 1
to 2 inch inches of rain by Thursday with locally heavier amounts.

High temperatures today will range from the upper 40s in
northwest Iowa, to the lower 80s in western Kentucky.

Low temperatures overnight will range from the 30s in Wisconsin,
to the lower 60s in southeast Missouri, western Kentucky, and far
southern Illinois.


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