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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
302 PM CDT SAT AUG 16 2014

Showers pushed eastward across central Illinois through the day,
increasing in the southeast parts of the state during the
afternoon. However, they diminished with time, and areas near
Jacksonville and Rushville were dry by mid afternoon. The northern
extent of the showers were generally along the I-74 corridor.
Temperatures at mid afternoon were generally in the lower to mid
70s.

An area of low pressure over northeast Missouri will only slowly
move southeast this weekend, resulting in periods of showers and
thunderstorms across the Midwest. Some of the rain may be locally
heavy from Missouri to southern Indiana. Further north, high
pressure will build into the Great Lakes, bringing dry conditions
to that area by Sunday. While a short period of dry conditions will
be observed across the Midwest on Monday, rain chances will be on
the increase again early next week.

Regional low temperatures tonight will mainly be in the 60s, with
50s across much of Wisconsin. Highs on Sunday will range from near
70 degrees in eastern Wisconsin, to the upper 80s in southern
Missouri.

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Geelhart




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