Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
927 AM CST Fri Jan 13 2017

Freezing rain moved into southern Illinois this morning, while
farther north skies were partly sunny over central Illinois.
Morning temperatures were in the teens and 20s.

Several upper level disturbances will track northeast across the
region from this afternoon, through Sunday night. With cold air in
place at the surface and warmer air aloft, periods of freezing
rain are expected. The heaviest rain and highest impacts are
expected from southwest Illinois, west through central and
western Missouri, where significant ice accumulations could cause
downed tree limbs and power lines. Farther northeast into central
and eastern Illinois, freezing rain accumulations will be
lighter, but will still cause hazardous travel conditions.

High temperatures today will range from the teens in northern
Illinois, to the mid 30s in southern Illinois. Temperatures
tonight will remain nearly steady.

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