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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
332 PM CDT Tue Oct 17 2017

Mostly sunny skies and south to southwest winds, gusty at times,
were the rule across central and southeast Illinois this
afternoon. Temperatures around the area at 3 PM, ranged from 64
degrees at Robinson, to 70 degrees at Springfield and Champaign.

High pressure, stretching from New England, southwest into the
Southern Plains, will control the weather across the Midwest for
the next few days, allowing mostly clear skies and dry conditions
to be on tap. With the high pressure center just east of the
nations mid section, southerly wind flow will continue across the
area, allowing temperatures to increase a few degrees each day
through the end of the week. The next storm system moves into the
area on Saturday, spreading showers and thunderstorms across the
region Saturday night.

Low temperatures overnight will drop into the 40s across the
Midwest, while highs on Wednesday, will reach the upper 60s and
middle 70s.


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