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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
132 PM CST THU NOV 20 2014

Mostly sunny but cold conditions dominated central and southeast
Illinois Thursday afternoon.  Although temperatures at mid-
afternoon were in the lower to middle 30s, northwest winds of 10 to
20 mph with occasional higher gusts made it feel colder.

High pressure over the central U.S. will push east across the Midwest
tonight and Friday bringing mostly clear skies and a continuation
of below normal temperatures. A storm system will begin to develop
over the southern plains Friday and will begin to bring areas of
light rain to Missouri by the end of the day.

Low temperatures across the Midwest tonight will range from near
zero across much of Wisconsin and Minnesota to around 30 degrees in
southwest Missouri.

Highs on Friday are expected to remain in the middle 20s to lower
30s northeast of I-74 and the northeast half of Iowa to the middle
50s in southwest Missouri.

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Barker




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