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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
441 AM CST MON NOV 17 2014

Snow pushed into Indiana and Kentucky overnight, after depositing
between 1 and 3 inches over portions of east central and southeast
Illinois.  Partly cloudy skies and colder temperatures moved in
behind this system.  Pre-dawn readings ranged from the lower teens
in western Illinois, to the lower 20s along the Indiana border.

Scattered flurries and snow showers are possible across the region
today, as a deep low pressure system spins north of the Great
Lakes.  Brisk west to northwest winds will produce wind chills in
the single digits above and below zero, for today and tonight.  Dry
and unseasonably cold weather is expected for Tuesday.  A weak low
pressure system will bring some light snow to parts of the Midwest
and Great Lakes for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.  More cold
air will spill into the region, behind this weather system.

High temperatures today will reach the teens and 20s across the
Midwest, while lows tonight will drop into the single digits to
lower teens.

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