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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
443 AM CST Fri Jan 12 2018

Brisk northwest winds brought much colder air into central and
southeast Illinois overnight. Freezing rain which affected
portions of eastern Illinois, changed over to snow overnight.
Early morning temperatures were in the teens, with wind chills in
the single digits above and below zero.

As the storm system continues to track away from the region today,
snowfall will diminish over eastern Illinois and western Indiana,
where some minor accumulations will be possible. Farther east,
several inches of snow is forecast for portions of southern
Indiana, and into the upper Ohio Valley. Farther west, Arctic high
pressure will bring dry and very cold conditions, to much of the
Midwest, for Saturday and into Sunday. An Alberta clipper will
spread light snow east of the Mississippi River, on Sunday
afternoon.

High temperatures today will range from the single digits in
northern Iowa, to the lower 30s in southern Indiana. Lows tonight
will range from the single digits below zero in northern Iowa, to
the teens in southern Illinois.

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