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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
558 AM CST Tue Feb 13 2018

Clouds increased overnight across central and southeast Illinois,
with mostly cloudy skies prevailing at early morning.
Temperatures around the area at 5 AM, ranged from 3 degrees at
Lacon, to the middle 20s for locations south of the I-70 corridor.

High pressure centered over the eastern Great Lakes will move
east, allowing southerly winds to develop during the day. The
southerly flow will allow a warming trend to start today and last
through Thursday. While most of the Midwest will remain dry on
Wednesday, locations near and south of the I-70 corridor, will
see a chance for rain showers Wednesday morning, but a better
chance of rain for the Midwest moves in on Thursday. As the
associated cold front moves through on Friday, some snow may mix
in with the rain, before the system pushes out of the area Friday

Highs today, will range from the middle 20s across northeast Iowa
and northern Illinois, to the middle 50s across southern

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the upper teens across
northeast Iowa and northern Illinois, to the middle 40s across
much of Kentucky.


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