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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
335 PM CDT FRI AUG 26 2016

A frontal boundary stretched near the I-70 corridor on Friday
afternoon, and focused scattered thunderstorms across southeast
and east central Illinois. Some of these storms produced locally
heavy rainfall and gusty winds. Farther north, partly sunny skies
prevailed over the remainder of central Illinois. Mid afternoon
temperatures ranged from the upper 70s northwest of the Illinois
River, to near 90 degrees south of I-70.

The frontal boundary located over southern Illinois today, is
forecast to lift back north over the region, as low pressure
tracks into Wisconsin on Saturday afternoon. This will bring more
scattered showers and storms to the area. The unsettled weather
pattern will continue on Sunday, as the front lingers over the

Low temperatures tonight will range from the upper 60s in
northeast Iowa, to the lower 70s in southern Illinois. Highs on
Saturday will range from the mid 70s in northern Iowa, to the
lower 90s along the Ohio Valley.

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