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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
314 PM CDT FRI JUL 24 2015

Mostly sunny and warm conditions prevailed across much of central
Illinois today.  Clouds increased along and northwest of a Rushville
to Bloomington line during the afternoon as a rapidly weakening
thunderstorm complex approached from the northwest: however, most
locations remained dry.  High temperatures were mostly in the middle
to upper 80s...but remained around 80 degrees north of the Peoria
area where clouds increased earliest.

A cluster of strong to severe thunderstorms will drop southward
across central and eastern Missouri early this evening, impacting
areas between Kansas City and Saint Louis.  Elsewhere around the
Midwest, warm and dry weather will persist until an approaching cold
front triggers scattered thunderstorms along and west of the I-55
corridor after midnight.  As the front slowly shifts further eastward
and becomes stationary, scattered thunderstorms will continue to be
possible across much of the region north of the Ohio River Saturday
through Monday.

Overnight low temperatures, will range from the middle 60s in
Indiana, to the middle 70s across Missouri.

High temperatures on Saturday, will mainly be in the middle to
upper 80s, but will rise into the middle 90s further west across
much of Missouri.


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Barnes




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