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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
208 PM CDT Sat Apr 14 2018

A stationary front stretched west to east across central Illinois
on Saturday, separating cooler temperatures in the 40s north of
the boundary, from readings in the 60s farther south. Scattered
showers began to push in from the west, during the afternoon.

A late season winter storm will affect portions of northern Iowa,
east into Wisconsin and Michigan, through Sunday. Accumulating
snow and ice is expected in these areas. Farther south over the
remainder of the Midwest, scattered rain showers will be
associated with moisture wrapping around a large low pressure
system. As colder air filters into the area tonight and Sunday,
snow showers are possible. Any lingering rain or snow showers will
push east of the region on Monday, as the low pressure system
tracks into the eastern Great Lakes. Unseasonably cold
temperatures will affect the Midwest, through the early part of
the week.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the mid 20s in northern
Iowa, to near 50 degrees in southern Indiana. Highs on Sunday will
range from the lower 30s in northern Iowa, to the lower 50s along
the Ohio Valley.

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