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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
314 PM CDT SAT MAY 30 2015

Scattered showers continued northwest of I-55 through the early
afternoon, while scattered thunderstorms were seen further southeast.
A cold front was draped southwest to northeast across the area.
Temperatures have remained steady in the 60s in the northwest part of
the area through the day due to the overcast skies and rain showers.
Temperatures ahead of the front were able to climb into the upper 80s
and low 90s, with the mostly sunny skies and gusty south winds.

The cold front over Illinois will push east, triggering showers and
thunderstorms across the Midwest today. A low pressure system over
southern Missouri and northern Arkansas will track northeast this
evening, enhancing the chance for rain. By tomorrow the front will be
across the Ohio River Valley, with rain showers continuing across
Indiana, Kentucky, and the far southern portion of Illinois.
Meanwhile further north and west, cooler and drier conditions will
arrive behind the front through early next week.

Low temperatures overnight will range from the low and mid 30s across
northern Wisconsin, to low and mid 60s across Kentucky and southern
Indiana.

High temperatures on Sunday will range from the mid 50s in northern
Indiana, to the mid 70s across Kentucky.

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EJL




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