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AWUS83 KILX 192018

Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
318 PM CDT Wed Jul 19 2017

Hot and extremely humid conditions have prevailed across central
and southeast Illinois, as temperatures around the region quickly
soared into the low to mid 90s. Some patchy cumulus clouds have
developed this afternoon, creating partly cloudy skies.

A warm front will lift across the region tonight, and bring a
chance for isolated thunderstorms. As the front lifts farther
north, better chances for thunderstorms will shift into northern
Illinois and the Great Lakes, for the remainder of the week. South
of the front, dangerous heat and humidity will affect a large
part of the Midwest, for the next several days.

Low temperatures tonight will be very muggy and linger in the low
to mid 70s, providing limited relief from the heat.

High temperatures tomorrow will continue their uphill climb as
mid to even some upper 90s will prevail across much of the
Midwest. Heat index values will approach 110 degrees during the
late afternoon hours, causing dangerous outdoor conditions.


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