Category: Southern Illinois

Wednesday, May 2nd: A couple of different scenarios may unfold across mainly the northern and central sections of the state on Wednesday. This would be this areas first chance at severe weather in 2018 so we want to make sure you all have brushed off those weather radios, know where to get information, as well […]

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Historically speaking, April is one of Illinois’ leading months for seeing severe weather including tornadoes, damaging winds, and large hail. While many Illinoisan’s are still wondering how and why 6″ of snow fell on April Fools Day, we’re focusing on the potential for a few severe storms to hit that very same area and points […]

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  Hopefully you all enjoyed the sun today. It’s nice to know it still exists after what has seemed like a permanent deck of cloud cover. Speaking of clouds, we’ll likely have some develop in response to a surface ridge moving off to the east promoting southerly flow on the backside. Winds may end up […]

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Headlines heading into the weekend remain the same – rain. We’ve had some scattered shower activity across parts of southern IL this afternoon but activity will continue to increase in coverage, especially as we head into Friday afternoon/evening as a warm front reinforces and further destabilizes the column. Lack of instability will preclude the severe […]

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Weather will remain cool and tranquil through the end of the week ahead of the next major weather system Friday night into Saturday. A surface low pressure system will develop over the western plains later this week and drop southeast during the day on Friday. The system will be in a weakening phase, but strong […]

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