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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
1121 AM CDT Sat Jul 22 2017

Mostly cloudy skies were seen across most of central and
eastern Illinois through the late morning hours. Elsewhere, mostly
sunny skies were seen. Isolated thunderstorms tracked across a
large portion of the area this morning, with lingering storms
mainly east of I 57, late this morning. Temperatures around the
area at 11 a.m., ranged from 72 degrees at Danville, to 88
degrees a Lawrenceville.

A low pressure system over north central Iowa had a warm front
that stretched east across the northern portions of Illinois and
Indiana. Thunderstorms are expected to continue developing and
track east- southeast along this frontal boundary into central
Illinois today. The front will begin to drift southward through
Illinois, Missouri, and Indiana later today, with widespread
showers and thunderstorms continuing to be seen. The front will
reach the Ohio Valley by Sunday, although another weak system may
trigger some more isolated thunderstorms. The hot and muggy
conditions will continue through today, then begin to moderate on
Sunday. Canadian high pressure will move into the area early next
week, with cooler and less humid conditions across the area.

High temperatures today, will range from near 80 degrees across
Wisconsin, to the low 100s across central and east central

Overnight low temperatures, will drop into the 70s for much of
the Midwest, with 60s noted for parts of Wisconsin.


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