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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
1041 AM CDT WED APR 29 2015

Mostly sunny skies were seen across central and southeast Illinois
this morning. Temperatures around the area at 10 a.m., ranged from
53 degrees at Danville, to 64 degrees at Jacksonville.

High pressure will continue to bring dry and mild weather to the
region today. An upper level disturbance tracking from the Great
Lakes into the Ohio Valley will bring a slight chance of showers to
eastern Illinois and Indiana tonight into tomorrow. This system will
also bring slightly cooler air into the Midwest tomorrow. Dry and
mild weather will return briefly on Friday, with a weak system
pushing into the region by Friday night, bringing a slight chance for
showers and thunderstorms.

High temperatures today will be mostly in the upper 60s and low 70s
across much of the Midwest, within the low 50s noted near Lake
Michigan.

Low temperatures tonight will range from the 30s for much of
Wisconsin, to the low 50s in southeast Missouri.

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EJL




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