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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
919 PM CST MON FEB 23 2015

Mostly clear skies, with a few high clouds, and cold temperatures
were seen across central and southeast Illinois this evening.
Temperatures around the area at 9 p.m., ranged from 12 below zero at
Paris, to 10 degrees at Mount Carmel.

Clear skies and very cold temperatures will continue across the
region overnight, as a strong high pressure ridge slides southeast,
towards the Ohio Valley. A low pressure system tracking north of
the Great Lakes, will produce some flurries as far south as central
Illinois on Tuesday. Brisk southwest winds ahead of a cold front,
will bring much warmer readings to the region on Tuesday, though
still several degrees below normal. The cold front will move through
late Tuesday, and bring in more cold air for mid to late week. A
weak weather disturbance will produce some light snow accumulation,
for parts of the Midwest, on Wednesday and Wednesday night.

Low temperatures overnight, will range from 5 to 15 below zero in
east-central Illinois and central Indiana, to the teens in southern
and western Missouri.

High temperatures on Tuesday, will range from the lower 20s across
northern parts of Wisconsin and Indiana, to the lower 40s in central
Missouri.

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EJL




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