Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
1129 AM CST Mon Jan 15 2018

Cloudy skies, lingering snow flurries, falling temperatures, and
gusty northwest winds were seen across central and southeast
Illinois late this morning. The 1 to 4 inches of snow that fell
overnight will blow and drift today causing potentially slick
road conditions. Temperatures around the area at 11 AM, ranged
from 9 degrees at Galesburg, to 27 degrees at Olney.

Some flurries will be seen across the area this afternoon as the
Alberta clipper low pressure system continues to track east of the
region. Only minor additional accumulations are expected. The
associated cold front has moved out of Illinois late this
morning and will push east of the Midwest by later today. Behind
this front, bitterly cold air will move into the Midwest for
today and Tuesday. Temperatures will rebound on Wednesday, but
remain below season normals.

High temperatures today, will range from the single digits below
zero across northwest Iowa, to the middle 30s across southeast
Missouri and much of Kentucky. Low temperatures tonight, will
drop into single digits above and below zero across the area.


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