Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
357 PM CDT SUN JUL 17 2016

After the line of thunderstorms went through portions of western
and central Illinois this morning, additional showers and
thunderstorms developed and moved through southeast Illinois this
afternoon. Otherwise partly to mostly sunny skies and muggy
conditions prevailed across the area mid-afternoon. Temperatures
around the area at 3 PM ranged from 79 degrees at Danville, to 90
degrees at Robinson.

A low pressure system and frontal boundary over the Plains, will
slowly shift southeast across the Midwest over the next few days.
This will bring periods of showers and thunderstorms to the
region, for tonight through Tuesday. Strong to severe storms and
locally heavy rainfall will be possible this evening and overnight.
Along with the active weather pattern, warm and humid conditions
will prevail.

Regional low temperatures overnight will drop into the lower to
middle 70s, although northern Iowa and much of Wisconsin will fall
into the 60s. Highs on Monday will top out in the mid 80s to mid
90s across the Midwest.


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