Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
1104 AM CDT Sun May 13 2018

A lingering frontal boundary continued to impact the region
through the morning. It moved back up to just south of a Rushville
to Lincoln to Danville line. To the south, temps climbed into the
80s late this morning, while to the north, temps were still in the
50s and 60s. Locations along the line reported temperatures in the
mid 70s.

The boundary will remain stretched across central Illinois through
the day and into the start of the week. This will continue to
create temperature differences across the region of 20-30 degrees.
The opportunity for wet weather will remain for the days to come,
as disturbances will slide along and north of this boundary. Some
storms could be strong to severe throughout the Midwest, mostly
north of this system. While locations to the south will feature
dry and unseasonably warm temperatures.

Highs today will range from the upper 50s in northeast Illinois,
to the lower 90s in southwest Illinois. Lows tonight will be in
the 50s across southern Wisconsin and the northern third of
Illinois, while south of the boundary, temperatures will only
fall into the upper 60s to near 70.

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