Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
1147 AM CDT SAT SEP 24 2016

Areas of fog, locally dense, along with some low stratus clouds
across central Illinois early this morning, dissipated during mid
and late morning. Some low clouds still lingered over Marshall and
Stark counties just before noon. Otherwise mostly sunny skies
prevailed across central and southeast Illinois at lunch time.
Temperatures at 11 am, range from 72 degrees in Lacon, to 86
degrees in Olney.

The Midwest will remain dry the rest of today, along with summer
like temperatures continuing across much of the region. The next
weather system moves in overnight into Sunday spreading showers
and thunderstorms east into the area. As the associated cold
front moves through late tomorrow, much cooler temperatures will
filter in behind the front on Monday and Tuesday with highs in the
60s and 70s.

High temperatures this afternoon, will range from the mid to upper
60s across northeast Wisconsin, to the lower 90s across southeast
Missouri, southern Illinois and central and western Kentucky.

Low temperatures tonight, will be in the 60s across the Midwest,
except cooler mid to upper 50s across northwest Iowa, central and
northern Wisconsin and northeast Indiana.


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