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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
354 PM CDT MON JUL 7 2014

A weak cold front settled southward into central Illinois today,
triggering a line of thunderstorms along and south of the I-70
corridor during the afternoon. Very warm and humid conditions
prevailed, with high temperatures topping out in the middle to
upper 80s and heat index values approaching 100 degrees.

Thunderstorms will persist across the Ohio River Valley through
the evening. A few of the storms will be capable of torrential
rainfall, gusty winds, and hail. Meanwhile, additional thunderstorms
will develop across parts of Iowa and Missouri, then will track
southeastward into Illinois overnight. Damaging wind gusts and
heavy rainfall will be the primary threats later tonight. Showers
and thunderstorms will continue to be possible along and east of the
I-55 corridor into Tuesday before a cold front passes and brings an
end to the rain chances. After that, cooler and drier weather will
be on tap for the middle of the week.

Overnight low temperatures, will range from lower 60s in northern
Iowa, to the lower 70s in the Ohio River Valley.

High temperatures on Tuesday, will range from the middle 70s in
northern Iowa, to the upper 80s across southern Missouri and
western Kentucky.


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Barnes




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