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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
421 AM CST Wed Dec 19 2018

A veil of mid and high clouds was giving mostly cloudy skies over
central and southeast IL early this morning. Temperatures at 4 am
were mostly in the low to mid 30s, but ranged from 27 degrees in
Robinson, to 38 degrees in Jacksonville, with south to southeast
winds near 10 mph or less.

High pressure moving off the mid Atlantic coast today will bring
one more dry and pleasant day to Illinois. An upper level
disturbance over the central plains will approach the Mississippi
river valley late tonight, bringing light rain chances eastward
into IL during overnight. Light rain showers will be likely on
Thursday as the disturbance moves in, and then shift east of IL
by Friday. It is possible that some areas will see a brief
changeover to light snow overnight Thursday. However, little to
no snow accumulation is expected.

Highs on Wednesday, will range from the upper 30s and lower 40s
over Wisconsin, to the mid to upper 50s over southern IL and
central and southern parts of Missouri and Kentucky.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the upper 20s and lower
30s over northwest parts of Iowa and Wisconsin, to the mid 40s
over western Kentucky, southern tip of IL and the southeast
Missouri bootheel.

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