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AWUS83 KILX 251647

1127 AM CDT THU JUN 25 2015

Mostly cloudy skies were seen across central and southeast Illinois
this morning. A few breaks in the clouds have been seen across the
area at late morning. A stationary front stretched from Hoopeston to
Lawrenceville has been a focus area for showers and a few
thunderstorms this morning. The activity has been winding down over
the past few hours and should be dissipate in the early afternoon.
Temperatures around the area at 11 a.m. ranged from 70 degrees at
Taylorville, to 82 degrees at Mount Carmel.

A warm front stretched from northern Missouri to central Kentucky
late this morning, will continue to lift north as a warm front today.
A low pressure system will move east along the frontal boundary
today. With these two systems in the Midwest today, strong to severe
thunderstorms along with locally heavy rainfall will be possible,
especially from northern Missouri, Kentucky, and southern parts of
Illinois and Indiana. There should be a brief lull in rain later
today as short-wave ridging builds into the Midwest tonight. A storm
system currently over the northern Plains will move into the Midwest
and interact with a cold front tomorrow bringing another round of
showers and thunderstorms. Locally heavy rainfall will once again be
a threat through tomorrow evening.

High temperatures today will range from the upper 70s to low 80s
across Wisconsin, Iowa, and northern parts of Illinois and Indiana,
to the middle 90s across southeast Missouri and western Kentucky.

Low temperatures tonight across the Midwest will generally be in the
mid 60s to low 70s.


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