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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
442 AM CST Thu Feb 15 2018

Mostly cloudy skies and warm temperatures moving across colder
ground overnight, provided the right mixture for dense fog to
spread throughout the region. Temperatures early this morning were
holding steady in the 40s for most locations, while some upper 30s
were being reported in northern Illinois.

A stalled warm front centered across the region will linger
through today, bringing the chance for widespread showers. The
mild temperatures will continue today, before an approaching cold
front slides through the Midwest Friday morning. Colder
temperatures arrive Friday, but will not remain for long, as
another warm up begins Saturday. The next chance for precipitation
will also move into the area Saturday morning.

High temperatures on Thursday, will range from the lower to middle
30s across Wisconsin and western Iowa, to the middle 70s across
western Missouri. Lows Thursday night will drop to near 10 across
eastern Iowa and increase to upper 20s in central Illinois, while
southwestern Indiana will only fall to near 40.

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