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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
359 PM CDT Mon Jun 26 2017

A weak cold front and an associated narrow line of northwest to
southeast showers with embedded thunderstorms moved southeast
across central Illinois this afternoon, reaching I-74 by 3 pm.
Temperatures around the area at 3 PM, ranged from 65 degrees at
Mattoon, to 74 degrees at Flora, Mount Carmel, and Robinson.

The line of showers and thunderstorms will continue moving
southeast this afternoon and into the evening. Additional showers
and isolated thunderstorms may develop this afternoon and early
this evening across the area as another weak disturbance moves
through. Otherwise, high pressure will control the weather pattern
through Tuesday, continuing the seasonably cool temperatures. A
warm front will move through the area on Wednesday, bringing more
seasonal temperatures and more humid conditions. A chance of
showers moves in late Wednesday with the associated cold front,
which is expected to stall across northern Missouri, central
Illinois, and central Indiana, which will be the focus for showers
and thunderstorms into the weekend.

Low temperatures tonight will drop back into the 50s across the
region, with some mid and upper 40s noted across northeast Iowa
and much of Wisconsin. High temperatures on Tuesday, will top out
in the mid 70s to low 80s across the Midwest.


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