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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
707 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

Southerly winds brought much warmer air into central and southeast
Illinois on Saturday.  Cloudy skies, and scattered showers also
affected the area.  High temperatures were around 10 degrees above
normal, in the middle to upper 50s.

A low pressure system will develop over the Plains tonight, and
strengthen as it tracks into the Great Lakes by Sunday night.  This
system will spread steady rains across the area for Sunday.  Rain
totals in excess of one inch are possible for parts of the Midwest
by Sunday night.  After the system lifts into the Great Lakes, a
strong cold front will push across the region, bringing in much
colder air for Monday.  Moisture wrapping around the storm system
will produce scattered light snow and flurries for the start of the
work week.

Low temperatures tonight will drop into the 40s for much of the
Midwest, while highs on Sunday will reach the 50s.

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