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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
937 AM CST SUN JAN 25 2015

Rain overspread central and southeast Illinois this morning.  As
colder air began to filter in from the northwest, the rain mixed
with and changed to snow, over portions of central Illinois.  Late
morning temperatures were primarily in the middle 30s, though
portions of west central Illinois were in the lower 40s.

As an Alberta clipper low pressure system tracks across the
Midwest today, rain will change to snow, or a mix of rain and snow,
into this afternoon. Snowfall accumulations of one to three inches,
are most likely from eastern Iowa to northern Indiana, with lesser
amounts south of I-74, due to temperatures remaining above
freezing. The precipitation will taper off from west to east, this
afternoon and evening. While Monday will be dry over most of the
Midwest, a weak storm system will bring some light snow to the Great
Lakes region.

High temperatures today will range from the upper 20s in southern
Wisconsin, to near 50 degrees in southern Missouri.  Lows tonight
will range from the single digits in northern Indiana, to the upper
20s in southern Illinois.

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