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Frigid Temperatures Expected Overnight

Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for parts of central Illinois Wednesday night
PEORIA - Central Illinois remains in the deep freeze, after another arctic front has pushed through the area.  Skies will continue to clear, and temperatures will quickly drop through the early to mid evening hours.


                Wednesday Evening Planner

Air temperature lows fall around zero, with many falling to sub zero levels.


                Thursday Morning Lows

More importantly, wind chill readings will fall to frigid levels overnight, making for the coldest night of the season so far.  A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for most of central Illinois as wind chills are expected to fall between -5 to as low as -20.


Wind Chill Advisory Wednesday Night/Thursday Morning


                Thursday Morning Wind Chills


High pressure will keep us quiet for Thursday.  Despite the full on sunshine, temperatures will remain well below average Thursday afternoon.


                    Thursday Day Planner

It's been 6 days since we have seen temperatures above the freezing mark (December 5th:  33º).  Temperatures will remain well below the averages (High: 37º/Low: 22º) for the next several days.


Weekend Snow Chance?


Still eyeing the possibility of snow moving in for the end of the week into the start of the weekend.  Track, timing, and precipitation amounts are still a little too unclear to make a call on how much snowfall we may see.  While not a big snowstorm, the prospects of seeing at least a couple of inches are looking more likely.  Snow, sleet & freezing rain are all in play for now across central Illinois.


                Late Week Snow Possible?


       

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