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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
856 PM CDT Sun May 27 2018

Skies cleared this evening across central and southeast Illinois.
Most of the clouds were from isolated afternoon thunderstorms.
Peoria and Springfield set record high temperatures today, both
made it up to 97 degrees, with both records dating back to 1911.
Temperatures around the area at late evening were in the mid 70s
to mid 80s.

Hot and mainly dry weather will be on tap across the entire
region through the remainder of the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
Record high temperatures are possible across the region again on
Monday, Memorial Day. Tuesday will another warm day across the
region. The next chance of precipitation will start moving in late
Tuesday night, when the remnants from subtropical storm Alberto
tracks just east of Illinois.

Low temperatures overnight, will range from lower 60s across
northeast Wisconsin, to the lower 70s across the Missouri

High temperatures on Monday, Memorial Day, will top out in the
middle to upper 90s across the Midwest.


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