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Weather Summary For Central And Southeast Illinois
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
901 PM CDT Sun Apr 22 2018

Mostly cloudy skies, along with a few peaks of sunshine, were
common throughout central Illinois Sunday evening. Some rain
showers in southeastern Illinois were reported, as low pressure
spins in the southern United States. Temperatures were falling
through the 50s after sunset Sunday.

Low pressure shifting into the southeast U.S. will continue to
provide the region with clouds into the beginning of the week.
Rain showers are and will continue to occur in locations
throughout southern Illinois overnight and into the start of the
week. Rain will be limited to locations south of I-72 through
midday Monday, and then progress into eastern Illinois Monday
afternoon as the low begins to slide up the eastern coast. Even
though it will be a wet start for some this week, the spring- like
temperatures will persist through mid- week.

Lows tonight, will range from the low 30s across northern Iowa,
to the mid 50s across southeast Missouri and the Ohio River
Valley. Highs Monday will climb back into the 60s across the

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