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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
930 AM CDT MON APR 14 2014

A strong cold front pushed east into Indiana during the morning
hours.  Blustery northwest winds behind the front brought falling
temperatures to central and southeast Illinois.  By late morning,
readings ranged from the upper 30s in the western part of the
state, to the 50s near the Indiana border.

Strong low pressure will push north of the Great Lakes today.  To the
south of the low, brisk northwest winds will bring much colder air
into the Midwest.  An upper level disturbance tracking across
Illinois and Indiana, will bring periods of light snow to parts of
the area, for this afternoon and evening.  Little to no accumulation
is expected.  For tonight, high pressure will begin to move in from
the west.  This will bring clearing skies and cold temperatures, with
sub-freezing conditions by Tuesday morning.  Quiet but cold weather
is then expected through Tuesday night, as the high pressure ridge
moves across the region.

High temperatures today will range from the mid 30s in northern
Iowa, to the mid 60s in southern Indiana.  Lows tonight will drop
into the lower 20s to lower 30s for much of the Midwest.

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