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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
936 PM CDT TUE APR 21 2015

Some very light showers were seen behind a cold front that was moving
through central and southeast Illinois this evening. The gusty winds
observed across the area earlier today significantly decreased after
sunset. Temperatures around the area at 9 p.m., were in the upper 40s
to middle 50s.

A cold front will move through the Midwest overnight, bringing
scattered showers with it. While Wednesday will still be breezy
across the Midwest, it should not be as windy as on Tuesday. High
pressure will keep much of the region dry Wednesday and Thursday,
although some showers may linger into Wednesday morning near the
Ohio Valley. Temperatures will rise a bit late in the week, although
remain below normal for this time of year.

Regional low temperatures overnight will range from the upper 20s
across northern Wisconsin, to the upper 40s in southeast Missouri and
much of Kentucky. Highs on Wednesday will mainly be in the 50s across
the Midwest, with 40s will be more common across northern Wisconsin,
and temperatures will approach 60 degrees across southern Missouri
and much of Kentucky.

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EJL




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