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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
928 PM CST SAT NOV 15 2014

Light snow showers and flurries spread into central and southeast
Illinois from Missouri this evening. Snow accumulations have
generally been on the light side, with a lot of areas receiving a
trace. Temperatures around the area at 9 p.m., ranged from 25 degrees
at Galesburg, to 34 degrees at Mount Carmel.

An upper level disturbance will continue shifting across the Midwest,
spreading light snow tonight, with additional snow accumulations
on the light side, with most areas only seeing less than an inch of
additional snow accumulation. Heaviest snow totals have been across
Iowa, northern Missouri, and northern Illinois. A second disturbance
will track into the Ohio Valley on Sunday afternoon and Sunday night,
and produce another round of some snow accumulations from portions of
southeastern Illinois, into Indiana and Kentucky where a couple
inches of snow is likely. A strong Arctic cold front will move
through the region, and bring another round of very cold and blustery
conditions for Monday and Tuesday.

Lows overnight, will range from the single digits over northwest
parts of Iowa and Wisconsin, to the lower 30s across central
Kentucky.

High temperatures on Sunday, will range from the upper teens over
northwest Wisconsin, to the middle 40s over southeast Kentucky.

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EJL




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