Central Illinois Weather Update: Cooler Temperatures Expected This Week


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Springfield, IL – Residents in Central Illinois should brace for a notable shift in weather conditions, as cooler air is set to descend upon the region today, according to the US National Weather Service.

The area will experience cooler temperatures and dry conditions, starting today and continuing through Saturday. Amid these changes, scattered showers and storms are also forecasted for today, with a potential for strong to severe storms this evening.

According to the US National Weather Service, the upcoming days will see a mixture of weather patterns. Periods of showers and thunderstorms are expected into Thursday, followed by a dry and cooler Friday through the weekend. Another round of showers is anticipated to begin Sunday night and extend into Monday.

Temperature highs will range from the mid-60s to lower 70s from Thursday to Saturday, climbing to the mid and upper 70s on Sunday and Monday. Nighttime lows will drop to around 60 tonight, with even cooler temperatures expected later in the week, hitting the upper 40s Thursday night through Saturday night.


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