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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
922 PM CDT SAT OCT 25 2014

Clear skies and light west to northwest winds were seen across
central and southeast Illinois through the evening hours.
Temperatures around the area at 9 p.m., were in the low 50s to mid
60s, ranging from 52 degrees at Galesburg and Lacon, to 65 degrees at
Decatur.

Unseasonably warm weather will be on tap across the Midwest on
Sunday and Monday, with afternoon highs once again rising well above
normal for this time of year. Meanwhile, a strong cold front will
approach from the west, triggering scattered showers and
thunderstorms across Iowa and Missouri Monday afternoon, then
further east across the remainder of the region Monday night into
Tuesday morning. After that, cool and dry weather will return by
the middle of next week.

Low temperatures overnight, will range from the middle 30s across
much of Wisconsin, to the middle 50s across southwest Missouri.

High temperatures on Sunday, will range from the mid 50s across
northwest Wisconsin, to the middle 80s across central and western
Missouri.

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EJL





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