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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
723 PM CST FRI FEB 5 2016

Partly to mostly cloudy skies and seasonable temperatures prevailed
over central and southeast Illinois on Friday.  Highs were in the
lower to middle 30s.

A high pressure ridge stretching along the Mississippi River Valley,
will drift into the southeast states over the next few days, and
continue fair weather across the Midwest through Saturday night.
There will be a chance for light snow showers over Wisconsin, Iowa
and northern Illinois tonight into Saturday morning, as low pressure
passes north of Lake Superior. Milder temperatures are expected over
the region this weekend with increasing southwest winds. A weather
system will then drop into the Midwest Sunday night and Monday,
bringing light snow accumulations, along with mixed precipitation
Sunday night to the region. This will also usher in much colder air
into the Midwest early next week.

Low temperatures tonight will range from near 20 degrees in northern
Iowa, to the lower 30s in western Kentucky.  Highs on Saturday will
range from the mid 30s in southern Wisconsin, to the mid 50s in
southern Missouri.

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