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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
320 PM CST SUN DEC 14 2014

Overcast conditions were observed across most of central and
southeast Illinois today. The exception was along and southwest of
a Quincy to Mount Vernon line, where clearing occurred during the
afternoon. Elsewhere around the area, clouds and fog persisted
through the entire day, with high temperatures reaching the upper
40s and lower 50s.

Widespread fog will blanket much of the Midwest tonight, especially
along and north of the I-64 corridor. An approaching storm system
will spread rain showers into Missouri and southwest Illinois after
midnight, then further northeast across the remainder of the
region on Monday. A few thunderstorms will be possible as well.
After that, colder air arriving on the back side of the departing
system will change the rain to a period of light snow across Iowa,
Wisconsin, and northern Illinois late Monday night into Tuesday.

Overnight low temperatures, will range from the lower 40s across
the eastern sections of Indiana and Kentucky, to the lower 50s in
western Missouri.

High temperatures on Monday, will range from the upper 40s near
Lake Michigan, to around 60 degrees across Missouri.


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Barnes




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