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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
1050 AM CDT Sat Mar 17 2018

Light rain mixed with some sleet this morning will continue
through the afternoon for locations in the northern half of the
state. Temperatures have not been able to climb, due to thick
clouds and light precipitation.

Low pressure overhead will continue to slowly shift eastward
through the afternoon. Locations in the northern half of Illinois
will see a wintery mix, where temperatures remain near freezing.
Areas in the southern half of Illinois should remain mostly dry.
Once this system slides by, drier and more seasonable conditions
will return for the second half of the weekend. Another system
will arrive Monday, bringing the next chance for rainfall to the
Ohio River Valley and southern Midwest.

Highs today will range from the lower 40s in central Indiana, to
the lower 60s along the Ohio Valley. Lows tonight will drop to
the upper 20s in southern Wisconsin, while only dipping to the
upper 30s along the Ohio River Valley.

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