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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
813 PM CDT WED MAR 25 2015

Cloudy skies dominated central and southeast Illinois for much of
Wednesday, and rain moved back into the region from the west, during
the evening.  High temperatures ranged from the mid to upper 40s
for much of central Illinois, to the upper 50s south of I-70.

A potent low pressure system will track from the southern Plains
tonight, into the Ohio Valley on Thursday.  This will produce
strong to severe thunderstorms across southern Illinois and
Indiana tonight, with rain and embedded thunderstorms possible
farther north, from central Illinois into lower Indiana.  As this
storm system moves farther east on Thursday, colder and drier air
will move into the region.  This will produce well below normal
temperatures, into the upcoming weekend.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the mid 20s in northeast
Iowa, to near 50 degrees along the Ohio Valley.  Highs on Thursday
will range from the upper 30s in northern Iowa, to the mid 50s in
southern Missouri.

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