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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
1006 AM CST MON FEB 23 2015

Mostly sunny skies, with a few high clouds, were present across
central and southeast Illinois late this morning. Winds were out of
the north at 5 to 10 mph. Temperatures were in the single digits
across much of the area, with a few readings around 10 degrees.

The cold and dry weather will persist for the beginning of the week
as Canadian high pressure settles over the Midwest. After a cold
morning, temperatures will only slowly warm up by this afternoon,
with warmer air entering the region overnight into tomorrow as the
high pressure slides east and southwest winds increase. High
temperatures will finally reach freezing, to slightly above, by
tomorrow afternoon over much of the Midwest. However, another surge
of Arctic air is expected toward the middle of the week, along with
the chance for light snow and flurries as an upper disturbance moves
across the northern Plains and into the Midwest.

High temperatures this afternoon will be in the teens across much of
the Midwest.

Low temperatures tonight will range from below zero in eastern
Illinois and Indiana to the single digits throughout most of the
region.

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ALW




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