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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
921 PM CST SUN NOV 16 2014

Light snow came to an end across locations, mainly south of I 72
this evening. A few locations received between 2 and 3 inches of new
snow. Temperatures across the area at 9 p. m., ranged from 13 degrees
at Galesburg, to 34 degrees at Mt Carmel.

Another quick moving weather disturbance will track from Missouri,
into the Ohio Valley overnight. This bring snow to portions of
Indiana, Kentucky and Missouri. Between 2 and 4 inches of snow
accumulations are expected through this evening with a winter weather
advisory from the I-70 corridor, southeast towards the Ohio Valley.
As this system pushes east by overnight, a strong Arctic cold front
will shift across the region. This will usher in a bitterly cold
airmass for Monday and Tuesday. In addition, blustery northwest winds
will produce biting wind chills through the early part of the week.

Overnight low temperatures, will range from the single digits across
the central and northwest parts of Iowa and Wisconsin, to the lower
30s across southwest Kentucky.

High temperatures on Monday, will range from near ten degrees across
central and northwest Iowa, to near 30 degrees across western
Kentucky.

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JRP




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