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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
706 PM CDT Mon Apr 16 2018

Winter-like conditions gripped central and southeast Illinois on
Monday, as cold air wrapped around a deep upper level low pressure
system, over the eastern Great Lakes. This produced cloudy and
breezy conditions, along with scattered snow showers. High
temperatures ranged from 34 in Bloomington, to 41 in Springfield.
These readings were near record cold high temperatures for the
date.

A high pressure ridge over the central U.S. will shift east across
the Midwest for tonight and Tuesday. This will allow temperatures
to drop below freezing again tonight for much of the region. As
the high begins to shift east on Tuesday, milder air will move in,
though temperatures will remain below normal. A low pressure
system will track across the Midwest on Wednesday, bringing
accumulating snow to portions of the upper Midwest. Scattered rain
showers will be possible as far south as central Illinois and
Indiana, on Wednesday.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the mid 20s in northern
Illinois, to the mid 30s in southern Missouri. Highs on Tuesday
will range from the upper 30s in northern Indiana, to the mid 70s
in southern Missouri.

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