Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
348 PM CDT TUE MAY 17 2016

Cloudy skies and scattered showers continued across central and
southeast Illinois into the early afternoon hours. Rainfall
totals have been less than a quarter of an inch across most areas.
Temperatures around the area at late afternoon were mostly in the

An upper level disturbance and associated frontal boundary, will
shift across the region this afternoon, continuing scattered
showers across Illinois before ending in the early evening. For
Wednesday, high pressure will build in from the north, bringing
dry and cool conditions. The high pressure ridge will set up
across the Great Lakes through Thursday, and produce dry weather
and seasonably cool temperatures for much of the Midwest.

Regional low temperatures overnight will generally be in the low
to middle 40s, although lower 50s are noted across the Missouri
bootheel and western Kentucky, with temperatures dropping into
the 30s in Wisconsin. High temperatures on Wednesday will be be
in the 60s all across the Midwest.


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