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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
940 PM CST THU FEB 11 2016

Mostly cloudy skies and light winds were seen across central and
southeast Illinois this evening. Temperatures around the area at late
evening were in the upper teens to the middle 20s.

A weak clipper system over Missouri will track quickly southeast into
the Tennessee River Valley by Friday morning. This will spread a band
of light snow and flurries across a large part of the Midwest
overnight and diminish Friday morning. Some light accumulations of 1
to 2 inches will be possible in southern Iowa, northeast Missouri and
southwest Illinois. Beyond this system, dry and bitter cold weather
is expected for the start of the weekend. A stronger weather system
will possibly bring a couple inches of snow to the Midwest from
overnight Saturday night into Monday.

Low temperatures overnight will range from the single digits below
zero over the northern half of Wisconsin, to the mid to upper 20s in
southwest Missouri.

High temperatures on Friday will range from the single digits over
the northern half of Wisconsin, to the mid to upper 40s in southern
Missouri.

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EJL




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