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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
206 PM CST Sat Feb 17 2018

Periods of moderate to briefly heavy snow affected portions of
central and northern Illinois, into Saturday afternoon. Minor
accumulations of an inch or two were reported in some areas. South
of I-72, temperatures warmed above freezing, preventing any
accumulation.

The system producing precipitation in the Midwest this afternoon,
will quickly shift to the northeast this evening. High pressure
will bring dry and mild conditions to the region through Sunday
afternoon, but a stronger storm system developing from the
southwest, will spread rain into the region on Sunday night. This
slow moving system will produce periods of showers and
thunderstorms for Monday and Tuesday, with locally heavy rainfall
possible.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the teens in northern
Illinois, to near 30 degrees in southern Illinois. Highs on Sunday
will range from the lower 40s in northeast Illinois, to the lower
60s in central Illinois.

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