Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
934 AM CST Sun Feb 11 2018

Much of the snow and mixed winter precipitation lifted northeast
of the area this morning, leaving cloudy and cold conditions in
place across central and southeast Illinois, by late morning.
Temperatures were in the teens and 20s, though northwest winds of
10 to 20 MPH, produced wind chills in the single digits.

Low pressure will shift into the eastern Great Lakes today,
allowing the light snow and wintery mix to end from the southwest.
For tonight and Monday, high pressure will build into the Great
Lakes, and bring dry and cold conditions to the Midwest. As the
high shifts east on Tuesday, temperatures will warm to more
seasonable levels.

High temperatures today will range from the teens in northern
Iowa, to near 40 degrees in southern Indiana. Lows tonight will
range from the single digits below zero in northern Illinois, to
the lower 20s along the Ohio Valley.


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