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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
434 AM CDT Sun Mar 18 2018

Dense fog spread throughout the northern half of Illinois
overnight, leaving visibilities less than half a mile in many
locations. Areas in south central Illinois are also reporting fog,
but not as dense. Temperatures around the region were ranging
from the 20s to upper 30s early this morning.

Fog will dissipate through the morning, bringing drier and more
seasonable conditions back into the Midwest today. The region will
remain dry through Monday afternoon, before the next weather
system arrives. This will bring the chance from additional
rainfall to locations in southern Illinois, southern Indiana, and the
Ohio River Valley. The warmer temperatures will linger into Monday
before dropping once again Tuesday to the 40s.

Highs today will range from the middle 40s across central and
northern Iowa, to the upper 50s across southern Missouri. Lows
Sunday night will only fall to near 30 in eastern Iowa and
increase to the mid 40s in southwestern Indiana.

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