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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
815 PM CST THU DEC 18 2014

Mostly cloudy skies prevailed over central and southeast Illinois
this evening. Winds were light and variable to calm, and
temperatures were in the mid 20s to low 30s across the area.

Cold air and mostly dry conditions will be in place over the region
tonight into tomorrow as surface high pressure centers itself over
Illinois. Meanwhile, an upper-level disturbance tracking from the
southern Plains across the Gulf Coast may spread a light mixture of
rain and snow into southern portions of Illinois, Missouri, and into
western Kentucky Friday night into Saturday, while the remainder of
the Midwest should stay dry. Mostly dry conditions will persist
through the weekend with the next significant chance for widespread
precipitation holding off until Monday, when a stronger storm system
spreads rain into the region.

Low temperatures will range from the teens across Iowa and much of
central Illinois to the mid 30s in southern Missouri.

High temperatures on Friday will range from the low 30s across Iowa,
Wisconsin, and northern Illinois, to the low 40s in Kentucky.

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ALW





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