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SEVERE WEATHER BULLETIN
WEATHER ALERT DAY IN EFFECT
"The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded all of Southern Illinois into an enhanced risk for severe weather tonight. Most of Southern Illinois is also under a moderate risk for damaging wind gusts, and a slight risk for tornadoes. Around midnight, a line of thunderstorms along a strong cold front will be moving East into the area. The St. Louis area in particular is expecting an increased tornado threat tonight. These storms will be diminishing as they move over Southern Illinois, so those living in our North and Northwest counties (Randolph, Perry, Washington, Franklin, Jefferson) have a better chance of seeing severe weather.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE MULTIPLE WAYS TO RECEIVE WARNINGS TONIGHT!"
- Posted 10/24/21 | 9:00 a.m.
Today's Forecast | Oct. 24, 2021
Partly Cloudy / PM Storms
High: 81° | Low: 54°
90% chance of precipitation
Weekly Forecast Update
Fall has officially arrived this week with cooler temperatures following a rather warm and rainy start to Autumn over the past two weeks. We will be seeing lots of sunshine to start off, with more clouds and comfortable temperatures as we approach mid-week. We are monitoring the potential for some severe weather this weekend. More information regarding that threat can be viewed on the severe weather bulletin at the top of this page.