Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Central Illinois
AWUS83 KILX 090200
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
800 PM CST SUN DEC 8 2013
Light snow and freezing drizzle affected much of central Illinois on
Sunday afternoon, but began to taper off during the evening hours.
Snow totals between a dusting and one inch were common north of I-
72, with higher amounts of 2 to 3 inches north of I-80. Areas of
freezing drizzle caused slick travel conditions for much of central
Illinois. High temperatures were well below normal once again, in
the middle 20s.
Light snow will and freezing drizzle will shift northeast, into the
Great Lakes overnight. Cold and dry weather is expected on Monday,
as high pressure builds into the Plains and Midwest. After that,
a weak upper level disturbance may bring a period of light snow to
the Ohio River Valley Monday night into Tuesday.
Low temperatures tonight will range from near zero in northern Iowa,
to around 30 degrees in southern Indiana. Highs on Monday will
range from the teens in Iowa, to the lower 30s along the Ohio