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Weather Today

THURSDAY: Mostly Sunny
Warm, More Humid
Low 62/High 85

FRIDAY: Partly Sunny
Chance of Showers/Storms
Low 66/High 84

SATURDAY: Clouds, Cooler
Low 67/High 75

SUNDAY: Clouds
AM Chance of Showers
Low 49/High 71

MONDAY: Mostly Cloudy
Low 53/High 76

TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy
Low 59/High 83



A few widely scattered showers/storms will be possible through the evening on Wednesday, as an area of high pressure moves in from the west to bring us quieter weather for Thursday along with sunshine, warmer and eventually more humid conditions.  Highs on Thursday will be in the mid to upper 80s.

A couple of storm systems in the Rockies and the southern Plains will converge over the Mississippi River Valley later on Thursday night into Friday to bring scattered showers and storms to the region.  As the subsequent frontal boundary passes through on Saturday, we'll continue to see a more organized threat of thunderstorms occur and move ever so slowly eastward during the rest of the weekend.  Highs on Saturday will be in the mid 70s, which is a pretty typical high temperature reading for this time of year. 

By Sunday the weather system will move eastward, but some lingering showers are still possible especially over east-central Illinois and into Indiana.  Mostly cloudy skies will follow through the next few days into next week.  Highs will gradually increase from around 71-degrees on Sunday to the mid 80s by next Wednesday. 

So far, there is no strong to severe weather expected with this weekend storm system.  But keep your attention to the weather for the weekend and those ever changing weather conditions. 

Be sure and catch the latest STORM TEAM forecast on FOX-Champaign tonight at 9PM.  Tune into WCCU, FOX-Channel 27 on Comcast channel 910, over the air at 27.1, plus other cable systems in the area-just check your basic channel listings for the FOX TV Network channel. 

--6 to 10 DAY FORECAST--

June 2-6:  Temperatures are forecast at above average readings during the 6 to 10 day period, along with precipitation at near average amounts.

Doug Quick
WCCU Weather Anchor

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