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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
303 PM CDT SAT MAR 21 2015

Sunshine was abundant across central and southeast Illinois today,
although high clouds filtered the sunshine at times. Despite the
passage of a cold front, temperatures rose into the 60s across much
of the area by mid afternoon.

As high pressure drifts east into the Great Lakes region, quiet
weather will prevail over most of the Midwest through Sunday.
However, a developing storm system will spread precipitation into
Wisconsin Sunday evening, and southeastward overnight into Monday.
While much of this will be rain, some snow will be possible in
Wisconsin, with a wintry mix over eastern Iowa, and northern
Illinois. A more substantial chance of rain will occur Monday night
and Tuesday, as a warm front develops over the central Plains and
mid Mississippi Valley, and lifts northward.

Regional low temperatures tonight will range from the 20s across
Wisconsin and northern Indiana, to the 40s across much of Missouri,
and the Ohio Valley. Highs on Sunday will range from around 40
degrees across Wisconsin, to the lower 70s in western Missouri, and
southwest Iowa.

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Geelhart




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