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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
1148 PM CDT SUN JUN 28 2015

At late evening skies were clearing from the northwest across central
Illinois, while mostly cloudy skies were seen across the east central
and the southeast part of the state. Strong to severe thunderstorms
and heavy rain were seen across the area earlier this evening. At
late evening the rain has has pushed into the eastern part of the
state. Temperatures around the area at 11 p.m. ranged from 64
degrees at Taylorville and Galesburg, to 72 degrees at Mount Carmel.

An upper level disturbance over the Upper Mississippi River Valley
will dive southeast across Illinois tonight, and into the Ohio River
valley on Monday. Meanwhile low pressure will track from central Iowa
into central parts of Indiana and Ohio by Monday afternoon. This will
likely bring scattered showers and thunderstorms to the region
through Monday, spreading into Indiana, Kentucky and southern
Illinois overnight. Periodic chances for showers and thunderstorms
will continue into the work week, with temperatures remaining a bit
cooler than normal across the Midwest. There is a slight risk of
severe storms over parts of Ohio, Kentucky, southeast Indiana and
western Wisconsin Monday afternoon and evening.

Low temperatures tonight, will be in the upper 50s and 60s across
the Midwest.

High temperatures Monday, will range from the low to mid 70s across
eastern Wisconsin and northeast parts of Illinois and Indiana, to
the mid to upper 80s over central and southwest parts of Iowa and
Missouri.

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EJL




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