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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
716 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

Steady rains fell over much of central and eastern Illinois on
Sunday afternoon and evening.  Amounts in excess of one half inch
were reported by early evening.  Southerly winds continued to bring
mild air into the region.  High temperatures reached the lower to
middle 50s.

Deep low pressure will track into the Great Lakes by Monday
morning, and push a strong cold front east across the Midwest.
Rain showers and isolated thunderstorms ahead of this storm system
will turn to snow late tonight and Monday. Between 2 and 4 inches of
snow is expected over northwest Illinois, eastern Iowa and southern
Wisconsin where winter weather advisories are posted Monday. Little
to no accumulation is expected farther south, in central Illinois.
Strong west to southwest winds will gust as high as 35 to 45 mph on
Monday over parts of the Midwest. This will bring another round of
well below normal temperatures into the region, for the next few
days.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the mid 20s in central
Iowa, to the lower 50s in southern Indiana.  Highs on Monday will
range from the lower 30s in Iowa, to the mid 50s along the Ohio
Valley.

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