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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
1008 AM CDT SUN MAR 22 2015

Mostly sunny skies, with a few high clouds, were present across
central and southeast Illinois late this morning. Winds were out of
the east at 10 to 20 mph. Temperatures were in the low 40s to low
50s throughout the area.

Quiet weather will prevail over most of the Midwest for much of
today, as an area of high pressure slides into the Great Lakes
region. However, a storm system over Wisconsin and northern Iowa will
continue to push southeastward into northern Illinois, bringing
precipitation to these areas this afternoon into Monday. While
precipitation will mostly be rain, as overnight temperatures drop
to near or below freezing, some snow will be possible in Wisconsin,
with a wintry mix over eastern Iowa and northern Illinois. Rain
chances will increase over the region Monday night into Tuesday, as a
warm front develops over the central Plains and mid Mississippi
Valley, and lifts northward.

High temperatures this afternoon will range from the upper 30s near
Lake Michigan to the low 70s in central Missouri.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the mid 20s across southern
Wisconsin and northern Illinois to the upper 40s in central
Missouri.

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ALW




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