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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
926 PM CST SUN JAN 25 2015

The precipitation has generally ended across central and southeast
Illinois through the evening hours. The gusty north to northeast
winds were also diminishing through the evening, as the storm system
was pushing off to the southeast into the Ohio River Valley. Some
clearing was starting to push into the northwest part of the state
at late evening. Temperatures around the area at 9 p.m., ranged from
23 degrees at Galesburg, to 36 degrees at Mount Carmel. With the
brisk north winds of 10 to 20 mph, gusting up to 30 mph, wind chills
were generally in the teens and 20s around the area.

The storm system responsible for this precipitation and gusty winds
will move through the Ohio Valley overnight, with lingering rain and
snow and gusty winds across eastern Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky
diminishing toward morning. The next storm system will be tracking
through the Great Lakes on Monday, producing some light snow over
Wisconsin and a few flurries as far south as central Illinois.
Moderating temperatures are on tap for the next couple days, with the
mildest weather expected on Wednesday.

Low temperatures across the Midwest overnight, will range from the
single digits in northeastern Wisconsin, to the low 30s in southern
Missouri. Highs on Monday, will range from range from the 20s across
eastern Wisconsin and northern Indiana, to the middle 50s in western
Missouri, and southwest Iowa.

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EJL




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