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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
340 PM CDT MON MAR 10 2014
Partly to mostly sunny skies prevailed across central and
southeast Illinois today with a veil of high cirrus clouds. Breezy
southwest winds of 10 to 20 mph with gusts of 20 to 25 mph prevailed
today. Milder temperatures at 3 pm, ranged from 52 degrees in
Galesburg, to 66 degrees in Springfield.
A cold front over southeast parts of Iowa and Wisconsin will push
into central Illinois tonight and Tuesday bringing cooler
temperatures from the northern half of Illinois northward.
Temperatures will again climb into the 60s and 70s Tuesday over much
of Missouri, Kentucky and the southern half of Illinois and Indiana.
The warm-up will be short-lived however, as an approaching storm
system from Wyoming brings a return to winter-like conditions by the
middle of the week. Rain will develop in advance of this system
Tuesday evening, then will change to snow by overnight Tuesday night
into Wednesday morning. Several inches of snow will be likely from
northern Missouri northeastward across the central and northern
sections of Illinois and Indiana by Wednesday morning. Winter storm
watches are posted Tuesday night and Wednesday for northeast
Illinois, northern Indiana and southern lower Michigan.
Overnight low temperatures, will range from the middle to upper 20s
across northern Wisconsin, to the 40s across Missouri, Kentucky and
the southern half of Illinois and Indiana.
High temperatures Tuesday, will range from the 30s across Wisconsin
and the northern half of Iowa, to the 70s over central and southern
parts of Missouri and Kentucky, and southwest parts of Illinois and
AWUS83 KLOT 101645
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTHERN ILLINOIS AND NORTHWEST INDIANA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
1145 AM CDT MON MAR 10 2014
A WEAK DISTURBANCE BROUGHT PORTIONS OF NORTH CENTRAL AND EAST
CENTRAL ILLINOIS AND NORTHWEST INDIANA AREAS OF DRIZZLE EARLY THIS
MORNING. MEANWHILE...THE ENTIRE REGION SAW PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY
SKIES DURING THE MORNING HOURS. TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT SLOWLY
CLIMBED THROUGH THE MID 30S INTO THE UPPER 30S TO LOWER 40S. BY LATE
MORNING THEY HAD RISEN INTO THE UPPER 40S TO LOW 50S. ALSO DURING
THE MORNING HOURS...SOUTHWEST WINDS INCREASED AND WERE GUSTING AT
TIMES TO 25 MPH AS NOON APPROACHED. IN ADDITION...SOME OF THE RIVERS
IN REGION WERE SHOWING RISING TRENDS IN RESPONSE TO SUNDAYS WARM
TEMPERATURES MELTING THE SNOW. HOWEVER...ALL WERE STILL WELL BELOW
THIS AFTERNOON WILL BE THE BEST WEATHER THE REGION WILL HAVE THIS
WEEK WITH ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES REACHING WELL INTO THE 50S FOR
MOST AREAS...AND IN THE LOWER 60S HEADING SOUTHWARD INTO CENTRAL
ILLINOIS AND INDIANA.
ON TUESDAY THE HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE LOWER 40S TO MID 50S AHEAD
OF A WEAK COLD FRONT AND LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM THAT WILL BRING THE
CHANCES OF RAIN NORTH OF INTERSTATE 88 FOR TUESDAY MORNING AND
AFTERNOON. THEN TUESDAY EVENING...THE COLD FRONT AND LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM WILL BRING THE CHANCES OF A WINTRY MIX FOR ALL OF THE
AREA...THEN AFTER MIDNIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY...AS COLDER AIR MOVES OVER
THE REGION...THE ENTIRE AREA WILL SEE SNOW WITH LIGHT ACCUMULATIONS
POSSIBLE. HIGHS WEDNESDAY WILL ONLY BE IN THE 20S AND 30S.
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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE QUAD CITIES IA IL
951 AM CDT MON MAR 10 2014
VARIABLY CLOUDY SKIES AND LIGHTER SOUTHWEST WINDS WERE OBSERVED
OVERNIGHT SUNDAY IN TO MONDAY MORNING. THE SOUTHWEST WINDS WERE
KEEPING MONDAY MORNINGS TEMPERATURES WELL ABOVE NORMAL. LOW
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 34 DEGREES AT THE INDEPENDENCE AIRPORT TO
45 DEGREES AT THE FORT MADISON AIRPORT. SOME OF THE RIVERS IN
THE AREA WERE SHOWING RISING TRENDS IN RESPONSE TO SUNDAYS AND
SUNDAY EVENINGS WARM TEMPERATURES MELTING THE SNOW. MOST WERE STILL
WELL BELOW FLOOD STAGE.
FOR A CHANGE...TODAY WILL BE A REMARKABLY WARM DAY WITH
TEMPERATURES WELL ABOVE NORMAL. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM 50 TO 57
DEGREES ACROSS NORTHEAST IOWA...AND NORTHWEST ILLINOIS...TO THE 58
TO 66 DEGREE RANGE FOR NORTHEAST MISSOURI...WESTERN ILLINOIS...AND
SOUTHEAST IOWA. LOWS MONDAY NIGHT WILL BE IN 30S.