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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
941 PM CDT SUN AUG 30 2015

The weak frontal boundary draped across Central Illinois, roughly
along I-72, provided a focus area for some early evening showers
between Decatur and Springfield. Otherwise, mostly clear skies and
light winds prevailed across central and southeast Illinois at late
evening. Temperatures around the area at 9 p.m. ranged from 67
degrees at Galesburg, to 77 degrees at Rantoul and Decatur.

The weakening frontal boundary will continue to slowly drift
eastward, into eastern Illinois and Indiana. This will bring a slight
chance of thunderstorms, mainly to areas east of I-55, east into
Indiana and the Ohio Valley into the overnight hours. With the clear
skies, light winds, and recent rainfall, areas of southeast Iowa and
northwest Illinois are expected to have dense fog form overnight into
Monday morning. For the start of the work week, quiet weather is
expected, along with warm and humid conditions.

Lows overnight will drop into the 60s for much of the Midwest.

High temperatures on Monday will generally be in the middle to upper
80s across the region, with extreme western Missouri nearing 90
degrees.

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EJL




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