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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
713 PM CDT Sat May 20 2017

After locally heavy rainfall affected central and southeast
Illinois on Saturday morning, skies turned partly sunny during the
afternoon. Isolated thunderstorms then formed over east central
and west central Illinois during the late afternoon and early
evening. High temperatures ranged from the 70s over much of
central Illinois, to the lower 80s south of I-70.

A cold front will push across the region tonight, and bring a
chance for scattered thunderstorms. Some storms could be strong,
but the better chances for severe storms will be from eastern
Indiana, into Ohio. After the front pushes east, dry and cooler
weather will move into the Midwest, for Sunday and into Monday.
However, by Monday afternoon and night, the next front moving in
from the northwest will bring more scattered storms to the area.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the mid 40s in central
Iowa, to the mid 60s in southern Indiana. Highs on Sunday will
range from the mid 50s in northern Iowa, to the mid 70s along the
Ohio Valley.

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