Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
517 AM CDT Wed Jun 21 2017

Skies were mostly clear throughout central and southeast Illinois
during the overnight and early morning hours. Daybreak mercury
readings were 60s and ranged from 62 degrees in Galesburg, to 64
at Peoria and Champaign, to 65 at Decatur, to 67 at Springfield,
to 68 degrees in Mattoon and Lawrenceville.

Drier weather will move into the region for mid-week, but will not
linger for long as a low pressure system moves north of the region
Thursday, along with the tropical disturbance in the Gulf of
Mexico moves northward. These two systems will bring the next wet
weather pattern to central Illinois Thursday and into Friday.
Temperatures will remain very warm over the next couple of days,
before a cool off for the weekend.

Highs today will warm back into the 80s around the Midwest.
Low temperatures tonight will dip back into the middle to upper 60s
in Wisconsin, with 70s elsewhere around the region.


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