Central Illinois Braces for Up to 2 Inches of Rainfall into Thursday 


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Lincoln, IL – Central Illinois is gearing for a wet spell as the National Weather Service in Lincoln forecasts up to 2 inches of rainfall in the region starting today. The expected showers and storms could potentially affect travel and outdoor activities, with significant precipitation likely to impact areas from Springfield to Champaign. 

Residents are advised to stay tuned to local updates and prepare for possible weather-related disruptions. According to the latest weather models, the heaviest downpours are predicted for the heart of Central Illinois, where storm preparedness measures are being recommended.


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