Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
537 AM CDT Sun May 20 2018

Clouds were increasing as light winds and seasonal temperatures
were across central and southeast Illinois early this morning.
Temperatures around the area at 5 AM, ranged from 59 degrees at
Jacksonville, to 66 degrees at Springfield.

A shower and thunderstorm complex over central Missouri early
this morning will continue shifting northeast and may reach
southwest portions of Illinois, should it hold together. A surface
low pressure over southeast Kansas this morning will move east
into central Illinois, triggering showers and thunderstorms early
this afternoon and again this evening when the associated cold
front slides through. Some of these storms could be strong to
severe. The wet weather continues on Monday across the region.
Dry weather and warmer temperatures return on Tuesday.

Highs today, will range from the upper 50s and lower 60s across
northern Iowa, southern Wisconsin, and far northern Illinois, to
the upper 80s across southeast Missouri and the lower Ohio River

Lows tonight, will range from the middle 40s across southern
Wisconsin, to the middle 60s across southern Missouri and the
lower Ohio River Valley.


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