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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
924 PM CST Tue Jan 10 2017

A cold front passed through central and southeast Illinois this
afternoon and evening, accompanied by blustery winds and scattered
showers. Some of the top wind gusts were 58 mph at Champaign, 56
mph at Danville, and 55 mph at Springfield. Temperatures around
the area at 9 PM, ranged from 28 degrees at Galesburg, to 44
degrees at Flora.

South winds will continue to keep warmer than normal temperatures
in the area over the next few days. However, rain will overshadow
the warmer temperatures this week. A brief break in the weather
will return overnight and early Wednesday, but more chances for
precipitation return for Wednesday night and then into the
weekend ahead of the next cold front.

Low temperatures overnight, will range from the teens in northern
Iowa and southern Wisconsin, to the middle 40s across southern
Missouri and much of Kentucky.

High temperatures on Wednesday, will range from the middle 20s
across northwest Iowa and central Wisconsin, to the middle 60s
across southern Missouri and western Kentucky.


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