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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
829 PM CDT Mon Jul 14 2014

...Historical record cool highs July 15-17...

Unseasonably cool air is forecast for central and southeast
Illinois through mid-week. Current forecast high temperatures are
near, or below, the record cool high temperature for several
cities. Listed below are record cool highs for several cities in
central and southeast Illinois for July 15-17.

Location       7/15     7/16     7/17
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Charleston    75/1990  74/1903  79/2004

Decatur       74/1990  75/1939  76/1900

Danville      71/1990  77/1981  76/1956

Effingham     65/1990  72/1898  72/1898

Galesburg     70/1989  69/1939  73/1958

Jacksonville  66/1990  73/1958  75/1958

Lincoln       73/1996  73/1993  72/2009

Normal        70/1996  75/1896  75/1900

Olney         78/1967  76/1998  76/1917

Peoria        72/1990  73/1962  68/1884

Springfield   73/1993  74/1939  71/1884

Urbana        72/1992  70/1897  73/2009

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