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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
218 PM CDT Fri Mar 16 2018

Clouds increased from the west, across central and southeast
Illinois, on Friday afternoon. Mid afternoon temperatures were in
the lower to middle 40s, but easterly winds gusting over 20 MPH,
added an extra chill to the air.

Low pressure over Kansas, will track east across the region
through Saturday. This will bring periods of showers and isolated
thunderstorms to much of the Midwest. Where temperatures remain
near to below freezing, light icing will be possible, especially
for parts of Iowa, east into the northern third of Illinois and
Indiana, for tonight and early Saturday. After this system pushes
east, high pressure will produce dry and seasonable weather, for
the last half of the weekend.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the upper 20s in northern
Illinois, to near 50 degrees in southern Illinois. Highs on
Saturday will range from the lower 40s in central Indiana, to the
lower 60s along the Ohio Valley.

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