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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
914 PM CST Fri Dec 8 2017

Clouds increased from the north across central Illinois this
evening, while southeast Illinois remained mostly clear.
Temperatures around the area at 8 PM, ranged from 23 degrees at
Paris and Lawrenceville, to 32 degrees at Lacon.

Cold air will remain in place over the weekend, as high pressure
over the Central Plains spreads eastward. A quick moving storm
system will move through the Great Lakes overnight and into
Saturday morning. This will spread light snowfall across eastern
Wisconsin, northeast Illinois, and northern Indiana. Most
locations are expecting less than an inch. While the main part of
the weather system will move out of the area Saturday morning,
lake effect snow is expected to continue most of the day for
locations on the southeast sides of Lake Michigan, where total
accumulations are expected in the 4 to 7 inch range, with some
isolated higher amounts.

Low temperatures overnight, will range from the teens across
northern Iowa and central Wisconsin, to the middle 20s across much
of Missouri, southern Illinois, and western Kentucky.

High temperatures on Saturday, will range from the middle 20s
across the northeast half of Iowa, northern Illinois, and the
southern half of Wisconsin, to the low 40s in southwest Missouri.


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