Central Illinois Braces for Frosty Nights, Warmer Days Ahead

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Springfield, IL – As Central Illinois residents tuck in for another frosty night Sunday, the National Weather Service advises safeguarding tender vegetation. The region anticipates a dip into the mid-30s, a sharp contrast to the warming trend expected later this week. Showers and potential storms loom on the horizon, with Monday night into Tuesday flagged for precipitation, and a similar forecast closing out the week.

According to the National Weather Service, the cyclical pattern signals a classic Midwest spring—frost advisories followed by a gradual warm-up. Gardeners are urged to heed frost warnings seriously to prevent damage to early bloomers. This seasonal dance between cold snaps and warmer weather encapsulates the local climate’s variability, a challenge for agricultural and gardening communities alike.

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