Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
911 PM CDT Mon May 22 2017

Clouds have moved into the region, along with showers, ahead of
the next cold front. Temperatures late Monday evening were cooling
into the 50s.

Low pressure is shifting towards the Midwest from the northern
Plains, which will continue to spread showers and isolated
thunderstorms into Illinois overnight. The weather system will
slowly move east, and then stall out across the Midwest. This will
bring more unsettled weather to the region, with thunderstorm
chances continuing through Wednesday. Temperatures will trend
well below normal through mid- week.

Low temperatures tonight will cool back into the 50s around the
region. Highs on Tuesday will be even cooler than Monday, with
temperatures ranging from the low 60s in northern Illinois to the
mid 70s in southeastern locations.

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