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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
343 PM CST SUN JAN 25 2015

Rain changed to snow in most areas from Macomb to Danville northward
by late morning. While a few locations near Galesburg saw an inch or
two of snow, most of the snow was slushy and accumulated on grassy
areas. Further south, rain diminished to scattered showers by mid
afternoon. Temperatures were falling through the 30s across most of
central Illinois today, and had reached the upper 20s near
Galesburg. In southeast Illinois, temperatures remained in the
lower 40s at mid afternoon.

The storm system responsible for this precipitation will move through
the Ohio Valley this evening, with lingering rain and snow across
Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky diminishing. The next storm system
will be tracking through the Great Lakes on Monday, producing some
light snow over Wisconsin and a few flurries as far south as
central Illinois. Moderating temperatures are on tap for the next
couple days, with the mildest weather expected on Wednesday.

Low temperatures across the Midwest tonight will mainly be in the
teens and 20s, with single digits over parts of Wisconsin. Highs on
Monday will range from range from the 20s across eastern Wisconsin,
to the upper 50s in western Missouri, and southwest Iowa.

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Geelhart




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