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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
253 PM CDT SAT JUL 25 2015

Warm and humid conditions prevailed across central Illinois today.
A large complex of thunderstorms approached from the west during the
morning, but completely dissipated as it crossed the Mississippi
River.  The end result was a mostly cloudy morning with isolated
showers...followed by partly sunny skies during the afternoon.
High temperatures climbed into the middle to upper 80s...with a few
locations reaching the 90 degree mark.

Another thunderstorm complex is expected to develop across Nebraska
this evening, then track eastward across southern Iowa and central
and northern sections of Missouri overnight.  These storms will spill
into west-central Illinois early Sunday morning, but will likely
diminish as they track further eastward.  Additional showers and
thunderstorms will develop across the entire region Sunday and
Sunday night...as a stationary frontal boundary remains in the
vicinity.  After that...hot and mainly dry conditions are
anticipated for Monday and Tuesday.

Overnight low temperatures...will range from the middle 60s near
Lake Michigan, to the middle 70s across Missouri and western
Kentucky.

High temperatures on Sunday...will range from the middle 80s across
northern Iowa and southern Wisconsin, to the middle 90s in southern
Missouri.


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Barnes




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