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Weather Today

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect through Tuesday morning for the following counties in the viewing area:  Coles, Edgar, Shelby, Cumberland and Clark.

NIGHT: Clouds
Showers/Storms Likely
Low 68

TUESDAY: AM Chance of Showers/Storms
Becoming Partly Sunny
High 82

WEDNESDAY: Mostly Sunny
Warm, Not as Humid
Low 62/High 85

THURSDAY: Partly Sunny
Very Warm, Humid
Low 67/High 88

FRIDAY: Partly Cloudy
Chance of Showers/Storms
Low 71/High 88

SATURDAY: AM Chance of Showers/Storms
Partly Sunny later
Low 65/High 78



Your Labor Day turned out to be a breezy, warm one with no rain through the late afternoon!  Highs were in the low 80s throughout the viewing area.


Showers and thunderstorms return to our forecast before the end of the Labor Day Holiday.  During the late evening and overnight, some of the expected showers and storms could become severe. The largest threats of severe weather will be in the form of damaging winds, large hail and torrential rainfall.  A lesser chance for rain and storms carries over into early Tuesday. By Tuesday afternoon, dry conditions are expected with at least partly sunny skies.

Behind this system, hot weather returns. Temperatures will peak in the upper 80's to low 90's for the rest of the work week.  But, there is additional chances of rain/storms on Friday and early Saturday before the arrival of some much cooler weather.

--6-10 DAY OUTLOOK--

September 7-11:  Temperatures are expected to be near normal while precipitation totals look to be above average during this time frame.

Doug Quick
Chief Weather Anchor

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