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

Sunny skies and bitterly cold air prevailed over central and
southeast Illinois this afternoon.  Temperatures by mid afternoon
were around 25 degrees below normal, in the lower to middle teens.

Clear skies and very cold temperatures will continue across the
region tonight, 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 tonight will range from the single digits below
zero in eastern Illinois and Indiana, to the teens in southern
Missouri. Highs on Tuesday will range from the lower 20s in northern
Indiana, to the lower 40s in central Missouri.

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