Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
314 PM CST Fri Jan 13 2017

Cloudy skies were the rule south of I 72, through the late
afternoon hours. Further toward the north, partly cloudy skies
were seen. Also south of I 72, rain, freezing rain and some light
snow as been reported. Temperatures across the area at 3 p.m.,
ranged from 25 degrees at Galesburg, to 33 degrees at the Mount
Carmel airport.

Several upper level disturbances will track northeast across the
region through Sunday night. With cold air in place at the surface
and warmer air aloft, periods of freezing rain are expected. The
heaviest rain and highest impacts are expected from southwest
Illinois, west through central and western Missouri, where
significant ice accumulations could cause downed tree limbs and
power lines. Farther northeast into central and eastern Illinois,
freezing rain accumulations will be lighter, but will still cause
hazardous travel conditions.

Overnight low temperatures, will range from near zero across
central Wisconsin, to near 40 degrees across western Kentucky.

High temperatures on Saturday, will range from the teens across
northern Wisconsin, to the middle 40s across the Missouri bootheel.


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