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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
859 PM CST Tue Jan 9 2018

Overcast skies, light winds, and foggy conditions continued
across central and southeast Illinois into the evening hours.
Some light drizzle was being reported across the area, associated
with a weak weather system moving through. Temperatures around
the area at 8 PM, ranged from 30 degrees at Bloomington, to 37
degrees at Mount Carmel and Flora.

Dense fog was once again forming across most of the region this
evening. The weak upper level storm system moving through the
area will spread drizzle and scattered showers for overnight and
on Wednesday. A cold front will bring a better chance for rain
showers on Thursday. On Thursday evening, the cold air behind the
front could spread a wintry mix across the Midwest, that will
last into Friday. Well above normal temperatures can be expected
for the next few days, in response to southerly flow across the
Midwest. Behind the front on Thursday night, temperatures will
fall into the teens, and highs on Friday will struggle to reach
the freezing mark.

Low temperatures overnight, will range from the upper 20s across
eastern Wisconsin, to the middle 40s across southeast Missouri and
western Kentucky.

High temperatures on Wednesday, will range from the lower 40s
across northern Iowa and central Wisconsin, to the lower 60s
across south central Kentucky.


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