Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
302 PM CST Sat Feb 25 2017

Partly sunny skies occurred around the Midwest today, as brisk
northerly winds brought much colder temperatures to the region.
Temperatures this afternoon only made it to the upper 20s and low

The cold temperatures and brisk winds will continue through the
overnight, before southerly winds bring another warm up to end the
weekend. Dry conditions will remain for most of Sunday before a
weak system to the south moves by, bringing chances for rain
across southern Illinois. Rain chances increase as the next system
moves into the Midwest Monday night, bringing chances for rain
through mid week. Temperatures will begin to climb back above
normal Sunday and top out in the 60s on Tuesday.

Low temperatures tonight will drop back into the 20s across most
of Illinois. High temperatures Sunday will climb back above
normal, topping out in the 40s to 50s from north to south across
the Midwest.

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