Forecast says cold but sunnier as the week progresses
CHAMPAIGN — After a rainy, foggy start to the week, the National Weather Service says the next couple days will be colder and windy, but most of the week should be sunny.
Temperatures will drop below freezing overnight Sunday into Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service. Monday will bring a chance of snow flurries and a high temperature around 34 degrees.
Wind gusts may be as high as 25 mph on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
The forecast says Tuesday will remain windy and colder, with a high near 37 degrees, but the clouds should break.
The remainder of the week is forecast to be sunny, with temperatures warming into the upper 40s by Thursday. The next chance of showers may come Friday night.