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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
342 PM CDT FRI MAY 6 2016

Mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures were the rule across
central and southeast Illinois this afternoon. Temperatures around
the area at 3 PM ranged from lower 70s south of I-70, to the
lower 80s west of I-55.

Surface low pressure in central Manitoba will lift into northern
Ontario overnight. In response, a cold front extending southwest
of the low will slide south through the Midwest on Saturday,
spreading showers and few thunderstorms across the area. The front
will sag south in the Ohio River Valley on Sunday morning, dragging
most of the precipitation south of the area. The front will lift
north on Monday as a warm front, in response of the next storm
system moving into the area, spreading showers and a few thunderstorms
across the Midwest on Monday.

Low temperatures overnight will drop into the 50s across the
Midwest. High temperatures on Saturday will range from the mid to
upper 60s across northern Iowa and much of Wisconsin, to the
middle 80s across southern Missouri.


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