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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
936 AM CST TUE MAR 3 2015

Freezing drizzle continued over much of central Illinois through the
morning.  However by late morning, temperatures began to rise
above freezing, from south to north.  Ice accumulations up to one
tenth of an inch were reported.

The weather system will continue to produce scattered light rain and
drizzle into this afternoon, as it shifts east across the region.  A
cold front will push through the state this evening, bringing in
another Arctic airmass. The cold front is expected to stall south of
the Ohio Valley, with another storm system tracking northeast along
the front, on Wednesday.  This will bring accumulating snow as far
north as the I-70 corridor, with the heaviest accumulations expected
south of the Ohio River for Wednesday and Wednesday night. Farther
north, cold and dry weather will prevail over much of the Midwest and
Great Lakes for Wednesday and Thursday.

High temperatures today will range from the mid 30s in southern
Wisconsin, to the mid 50s along the Ohio Valley.  Lows tonight will
range from near zero in northern Iowa, to the lower 30s in southern
Indiana.

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