Central Illinois Braces for Rainy Week Ahead, Strong Storms Expected by Weekend


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Central Illinois – Residents in Central Illinois should keep their umbrellas handy this week as the weather takes a turn, with showers anticipated late Monday into Tuesday, followed by a brief dry spell midweek.

The National Weather Service Central Illinois forecasts a warming trend, with temperatures ranging from the mid-60s to the low 70s, and isolated storms could break out Thursday night, potentially escalating into strong or severe storms as we head into the weekend.

According to the National Weather Service, the region will enjoy a couple of days of clear skies before another active weather pattern sets in. Thursday night marks the beginning of what could be a tumultuous end to the week, with storm chances increasing significantly by Friday. Community members are advised to stay informed on the latest weather updates and to prepare for possible severe conditions.


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