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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
421 AM CST Sun Nov 27 2016

A slight wind and cooler temperatures have overspread the area
overnight, allowing for the formation of frost. Temperatures
around the region early this morning ranged from near 30 to the
mid 30s.

High pressure over the lower Mississippi River Valley will shift
east today, as low pressure organizes over the Plains. As the low
tracks east, rain will spread east of the Mississippi River this
afternoon, and across the remainder of the region tonight. This
slow moving system will produce periods of rain with embedded
thunderstorms, across the Midwest and Ohio Valley, through Monday
night.

High temperatures today will climb back into the mid 40s to mid
50s around the Midwest. Clouds and rain will limit temperatures
from dropping much tonight as lows will be in 40s.

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