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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
509 AM CDT Thu Mar 22 2018

Clear skies, light winds, and chilly temperatures were seen across
central and southeast Illinois early this morning. Temperatures
around the area early this morning, were mostly in the mid to
upper 20s.

A fast moving disturbance will track southeast from Iowa into
southern Illinois today, bringing a chance for scattered rain
showers. A larger storm system will begin to impact the Midwest
tomorrow, and linger into Saturday. Strong low pressure will
spread rain and snow across the region. Several inches of snow
accumulation is possible from northeast Iowa, southeast into
portions of northern Illinois, and Indiana, for tomorrow night and
Saturday. Farther south, rain totals in excess of one inch are
possible, for central and southern Illinois.

Highs today, will range from the mid 40s across southeast
Wisconsin and eastern Indiana, to the mid 60s across western
Missouri. Lows tonight, will range from the low 20s in eastern
Wisconsin, to the upper 40s in southwest Missouri.


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