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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
905 PM CST Wed Dec 7 2016

The arctic air has begun to descend on the western Midwest, and
will continue to move into the region overnight and last through
the remainder of the week. Temperatures late this evening dropped
into the mid 20s in some locations, while others remained in the
low 30s.

Northwest winds will aid temperatures dipping several degrees
below normal over the next couple of days as arctic air settles
in, with single digit wind chills common both Thursday and Friday
mornings. Besides lake effect snow downwind of the Great Lakes,
dry weather will persist, as a high pressure system shifts across
the Midwest through Friday night. As the high pressure moves
eastward to end the week, the next disturbance will move into the
region this weekend, bringing chances of accumulating snowfall.

Lows tonight will drop into the teens and 20s across the Midwest. High
temperatures Thursday will range from the low 20s in the northern
Mississippi River Valley to the mid 30s in southern Illinois.

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