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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
527 AM CDT THU JUL 28 2016

Mostly cloudy skies were seen across central and southeast
Illinois through the early morning hours. A few locations
experienced some shower activity during the overnight hours.
Temperature readings around dawn were mainly in the lower 70s.

A daybreak, a couple of boundaries were noted over the Midwest.
First, a stationary frontal boundary was located just north of
the Ohio River valley. Additionally, Low pressure centered over
southern Wisconsin had an attached cold front extending southwest
across Iowa and into central Kansas. Together the two fronts will
work to trigger scattered showers and thunderstorms from southern
Missouri eastward into parts of central Illinois and the Ohio
River Valley today. AS the cold front progresses it will bring
increasing rain chances to the entire Midwest by today and
continue into Friday.

High temperatures today will range from the middle 70s across
portions of Iowa and Wisconsin, to the upper 80s across southern

Overnight low temperatures, will range from the 60s over the
northern half of the nations mid section, with readings in or
around the 70 degree mark across the southern half of the region.m

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