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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
319 PM CDT WED APR 22 2015

It was another windy day across much of central and southeast
Illinois, although not quite as windy as yesterday. However, wind
gusts near 40 mph occurred at times north of I-72. Cloud cover was
fairly extensive north of I-74 through midday, but mostly sunny
skies prevailed elsewhere through the day. By mid afternoon,
temperatures were generally in the lower to mid 50s.

High pressure will drift southeast through the mid-Mississippi
Valley through Thursday, bringing fair weather and chilly
temperatures. As this high settles over the Ohio Valley Thursday
night, southeast winds will start to bring some milder air into the
region. However, a storm system will move in from the Plains
late in the week, with showers and isolated thunderstorms. This rain
is expected to spread across areas west of the Mississippi River on
Friday, and over the remainder of the Midwest Friday night and
Saturday.

Regional low temperatures tonight will range from the upper 20s to
upper 30s, coldest across Wisconsin and Iowa. Highs on Thursday will
range from near 50 degrees across much of Wisconsin, to the mid 60s
in Missouri.

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Geelhart




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