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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
934 PM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

Cloudy skies and an area of rain were seen across a large portion of
central and southeast, through the late evening hours. Most of the
rain was located south of a line from Kankakee to Beardstown. Rain
total amounts were generally less than one tenth of an inch.
Temperatures across the area at 9 p.m., ranged from 39 degrees at
Bloomington, to 45 degrees at Robinson.

Rain will linger from Missouri to central Indiana southward
overnight, as a storm system passes through the region. Areas closer
to the Great Lakes should largely be dry overnight. On Friday, clouds
will be decreasing over much of the Midwest, and milder temperatures
will spread back in. While the warmer conditions will linger near the
Ohio Valley into Saturday, a cold front will drop southward through
the Great Lakes, lowering temperatures once again.

Overnight low temperatures, will mainly be in the 30s, with some 40
degree readings across the Ohio River Valley.

High temperatures on Friday, will generally be in the 50s east of the
Mississippi River, with readings in the 60s west of the Mississippi
river.

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JRP




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