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

Partly cloudy skies were seen early this morning, while more
clouds began to move into central Illinois from the west.
Temperatures were able to dip into the 20s for most locations,
although areas south of I-70 remained in the 30s.

Dry weather continues through the morning, before another low
pressure system shifts through the Midwest tonight. This will
bring rain showers to portions of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and
south of the Ohio River Valley. A wintery mix of precipitation
will be seen across most of Iowa, and the northern half of
Illinois and Indiana. Saturday afternoon through Sunday will
feature the return of dry weather, with temps returning to the 40s
and 50s. Another system looks to slide into the Ohio River Valley

High temperatures today, will range from the middle to upper 30s
across Wisconsin, to the middle 70s across southwest Missouri.
Lows Friday night will bottom out around 30 in eastern Iowa and
southern Wisconsin, while holding in the 40s along the Ohio River

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