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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
1201 PM CDT Sat Apr 22 2017

Clouds continued covering most of central and southeast Illinois
late this morning. Although portions of northwest Illinois were
seeing sunshine, gusty northeast winds have kept cool conditions
around all of the area. Temperatures around the area at 11 AM,
ranged from 48 degrees at Mattoon and Taylorville, to 56 degrees
at Springfield.

Dry weather will continue today for the northern portions of the
Midwest. Rain chances will continue for areas to the south of the
I-70 corridor into tomorrow morning. Temperatures will remain
cooler for Saturday, but then increase back into the mid and upper
60s on Sunday, ahead of the next stretch of warmer temperatures.

High temperatures today, will remain cool across Missouri,
Illinois, and Indiana, generally only topping out in the low 50s
to low 60s. Locations north of the clouds and rain across much of
Iowa and Wisconsin, are expected to top out in the middle 60s.

Low temperatures tonight, will drop into the upper 30s to middle
40s across the Midwest.


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