Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Central Illinois
AWUS83 KILX 232134
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
334 PM CST MON NOV 23 2015
Abundant sunshine and southwesterly winds signaled the beginning of
a marked warming trend across central Illinois today. Afternoon
high temperatures climbed into the lower to middle 50s across much
of the area, but remained in the 40s along and north of I-74 where
a significant snow cover persisted.
High pressure will provide mild and dry conditions across the
Midwest through Wednesday before a slow-moving storm system
approaches from the west by the end of the week. Rain showers will
develop ahead of the advancing system across Iowa and Missouri late
Wednesday, then will spread across the remainder of the region on
Thanksgiving Day. After that, rain will continue into Friday
before gradually settling southward into the Ohio River Valley by
Overnight low temperatures, will range from the teens in northern
Iowa, to the middle 30s across central and southern Missouri.
High temperatures on Tuesday, will range from the upper 30s across
snow-covered locations along and north of the I-80 corridor, to the
upper 50s in Missouri.