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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
258 PM CST FRI DEC 12 2014

Overcast conditions prevailed across much of central and southeast
Illinois today. The exception was along and south of a Litchfield
to Olney line, where skies cleared during the afternoon. High
temperatures ranged from the middle 30s along and northeast of
I-74, to the middle 40s around Jacksonville.

A storm system currently coming onshore in southern California
will be the main weather maker across the Midwest through early
next week. Southerly flow ahead of the system will bring much
warmer conditions into the region over the weekend: however, it
will also bring clouds, drizzle, and fog. As low pressure gradually
approaches from the southwest, rain will develop across Missouri
Sunday night, then will spread across the remainder of the region
on Monday. After that, colder air arriving on the back side of the
departing system will change the rain to a period of light snow
across Iowa, Wisconsin, and northern Illinois late Monday night
into Tuesday.

Overnight low temperatures, will range from the upper 20s in
eastern Indiana, to the middle 40s across western Missouri.

High temperatures on Saturday, will range from the upper 30s in
eastern Indiana, to the middle to upper 50s across Missouri.

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Barnes




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