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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
445 AM CDT MON APR 21 2014

Mostly cloudy to overcast skies, with mainly mid and level clouds,
prevailed across central and southeast Illinois, through the early
morning hours. Pre-dawn temperatures across the area at 4 a.m.,
ranged from 54 degrees at Danville, to 62 degrees at Jacksonville.

A cold front will move out of the northern Plains states this
morning, and push through much of the Midwest this afternoon and
evening. This front will trigger showers and scattered thunderstorms
across the region. This precipitation will diminish from the
northwest tonight, as high pressure builds southeast from the
Dakotas. This will bring dry and cooler conditions for tomorrow and
Wednesday.

High temperatures today, will reach the 70s for much of the Midwest,
with 60s noted in northern Wisconsin.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the lower 30s in northern
Wisconsin, to the middle 50s across the Ohio River Valley.

$$

EJL





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