Warmer Sunday with isolated storm chance
PEORIA (25News Now) - Conditions gradually improved through the second half of Saturday after a gloomy, wet start to the weekend with showers and minor snow accumulations. The second half of the weekend will fair better with warmer temperatures. A few showers and isolated storms may play a bit of spoiler, but most will remain dry throughout the day.
Temperatures early this Sunday morning will trend in the mid to lower 30′s for most, making the winter coat a requirement to begin our Sunday’s forecast. We’ll start the day under cloudy to mostly cloudy skies before clouds gradually clear throughout the day. Most of Central Illinois will remain dry today, but an area of low pressure will pass to the northwest. This area of low pressure will bring a cold front that will drive the chance for a few isolated showers and an isolated storm or two.
If we do see any storms, an isolated strong to severe storm cannot be ruled out, mainly along and to the east of the I-55 corridor. Our primary threat would be strong winds and localized heavy rainfall.
Temperatures will be seasonal this afternoon with highs in the upper 50′s and lower 60′s.
Next week’s forecast will feature plenty of dry time before another round of showers and storms arrives for the end of the work week. Temperatures will trend in the upper 40′s to lower 50′s through Wednesday before warmer temperatures arrive with our rain chances.
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