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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
919 PM CDT WED JUL 1 2015

Widely scattered showers developed along a stationary frontal
boundary draped across central Illinois this afternoon and evening,
primarily along and south of a Quincy to Paris line. Some heavy
rain was associated with some of the thunderstorms, especially across
Effingham and Clay counties. Otherwise mostly cloudy skies and
northeast winds were seen across central and southeast Illinois this
evening. Temperatures around the are at 9 p.m. ranged from 65 degrees
at Danville, to 75 degrees at Mount Carmel.

Low pressure currently over Kansas will track slowly eastward
tonight, triggering scattered showers and thunderstorms across much
of the region south of the I-80 corridor. The most widespread
precipitation will occur across Missouri, southern Illinois, into
western Kentucky; where locally heavy rainfall will be possible. As
the low moves further eastward, rain will continue across Missouri
into the Ohio River Valley through Thursday. After that, high
pressure will bring a period of dry weather to much of the Midwest
Thursday night through Sunday, with rain chances mainly confined to
locations along and south of I-64.

Overnight low temperatures will range from the upper 40s in
southern Wisconsin, to the lower 70s across southern Missouri and
western Kentucky.

High temperatures on Thursday will mainly be in the middle to
upper 70s, with lower to middle 80s further south across southern
Missouri.

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EJL




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