Photos of the East Central Illinois snowstorm shared by users on March 24, 2013.
Your photos: Snowstorm March 24, 2013
Photographer: Matthew Hart
Photographer: Julie Griffin
Tag You're It
Photographer: Della Perrone
Not venturing past the back yard.
Photographer: Steve Hoffman
This farm machinery near DeLand was probably in the fields at this time last year.
In Farmer City
Photographer: Hugh Bridgeford
Spring Snowstorn SE Urbana 3/23/2013
Via Twitter from @alkirchoff: Even my dogs are reluctant to go out in the snow in #chambana.
Submitted on Twitter from @Bcats22.
Photographer: Barbara Meyer
North Broadway, Urbana just after the thundersnow.
Photographer: Via Twitter @gweenawch
Sent via Twitter by @gweenawch. 3:45 p.m. western Piatt County.
Photographer: @ruralgirl713 on Twitter
Via Twitter from @ruralgirl713: "can't see out the windows"
Via Twitter from @yjdreambig: "Winter is still here."
Sent via Twitter from @habeebhabeeb: SW Champaign 3:40 p.m.
Via Twitter from @mattwavering: Champaign's Southwood neighborhood looking like a winter wonderland
Photographer: Mike Howie
Snow on a north-facing window in downtown Champaign.
Randolph Street early in the snow of March 24, 2013.
Via Twitter from @kj_106: Thunder snow in the Deer Hollow neighborhood of Mahomet.
Via Twitter from @toranut97: SW Champaign around 4:15 p.m. Sunday.
Via Twitter from @WoodnMusic: Looks like a little over 4 inches in Urbana.
Via Twitter from @klschaefer
Via Twitter from @BigBootyHeather
Via Twitter, from @LSchluter1: First Sunday of spring in Sidney
Photographer: Matt Rivers
Roughly 8.5 inches as of 5:50pm, not quite 5 hours after the snow started.
Via Twitter from @ILShel: Clinging to the trees in Fithian.
Photographer: Sheila Davis
In Tolono, Ill. can't get out my door.
My wheel chair ramp is snow covered. Here in Tolono, Ill.
Photographer: Marty Milton
I took this at about 4:00 on Sunday when it was snowing the heaviest.
Photographer: Lori OBrien
Flower hook or flamingo?
Photographer: Olga Vinogradova
A pit bull mix enjoys the fresh snow in Champaign, IL.
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