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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
855 PM CDT Tue Sep 12 2017

Scattered light showers were reported from some locations
throughout the southeast quarter of Illinois this evening as
remnants of Irma continue to spread into the region. Temperatures
around the region late Tuesday evening were in the 60s.

Rain chances from Irma will increase across the Midwest and
linger through Wednesday. However, rainfall amounts will be
light. The low pressure system will push east on Thursday,
allowing for dry weather to return. Temperatures will remain cool
through mid-week, but a warmup into the 80s is expected toward
the end of the work week.

Low temperatures tonight will fall into the low 50s to low 60s
throughout the region. Highs Wednesday will be cooler than today,
with forecast temps near 80 in northwest Illinois and southeast
Iowa, to the upper 60s throughout the Ohio River Valley.

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