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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
937 PM CST SAT DEC 20 2014

Overcast conditions prevailed across most of central and southeast
Illinois through the evening. The exception was parts of east central
and southeast Illinois, where skies partially cleared this afternoon
and evening. Further northwest, isolated snow flurries were noted
from time to time from the Peoria area northward. Temperatures around
the area at 9 p.m., ranged from 24 degrees at Robinson, to 39 degrees
at Jacksonville.

High pressure will continue to control the weather across the Midwest
through Sunday. A southerly flow on the back side of the high will
bring warmer air northward, resulting in fog and drizzle across
Wisconsin, Iowa, and western Missouri overnight into Sunday. Once the
high moves further away, an approaching storm system will spread rain
into the region on Monday. After that, colder air will gradually
return by the middle of next week, changing the rain to snow by
Tuesday night into Wednesday.

Overnight low temperatures, will range from the middle 20s across
Indiana and Kentucky, to the middle 30s in western Missouri.

High temperatures on Sunday, will range from the middle 30s in
northeast Indiana, to the middle 40s across Missouri, Kentucky, and
southern Illinois.

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EJL




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