Champaign, IL

Right Now
35°
Cloudy
  • Humidity: 96%
  • Feels Like: 31°
  • Heat Index: 35°
  • Wind: 5 mph
  • Wind Chill: 31°
  • UV Index: 0 Low
  • Sunrise: 07:08:45 AM
  • Sunset: 05:01:45 PM
  • Dew Point: 34°
  • Visibility: 5 mi

Today

Snow showers. Some rain may mix in early. Low around 30F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 70%. Snow accumulations less than one inch.

Tonight

Snow showers. Some rain may mix in early. Low around 30F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 70%. Snow accumulations less than one inch.

Tomorrow

Cloudy with snow showers mainly during the morning. Temps nearly steady in the low to mid 30s. Winds W at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of snow 40%.

Next 12 Hours

Time
Temp
Precip
6 PM
35°
24%
6 PM
35°

Wind: WSW @ 6mph

Precip: 24% Chance

Humidity: 96%

Wind Chill: 30°

Heat Index: 35°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 2.7 mi

7 PM
35°
24%
7 PM
35°

Wind: WSW @ 6mph

Precip: 24% Chance

Humidity: 97%

Wind Chill: 29°

Heat Index: 35°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 2.3 mi

8 PM
34°
18%
8 PM
34°

Wind: WSW @ 7mph

Precip: 18% Chance

Humidity: 96%

Wind Chill: 28°

Heat Index: 34°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 2.2 mi

9 PM
34°
17%
9 PM
34°

Wind: WSW @ 8mph

Precip: 17% Chance

Humidity: 96%

Wind Chill: 27°

Heat Index: 34°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 2.4 mi

10 PM
32°
11%
10 PM
32°

Wind: WSW @ 8mph

Precip: 11% Chance

Humidity: 98%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 32°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 3 mi

11 PM
32°
14%
11 PM
32°

Wind: WSW @ 8mph

Precip: 14% Chance

Humidity: 97%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 32°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 3 mi

12 AM
32°
24%
12 AM
32°

Wind: WSW @ 8mph

Precip: 24% Chance

Humidity: 97%

Wind Chill: 24°

Heat Index: 32°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 3 mi

1 AM
31°
32%
1 AM
31°

Wind: WSW @ 9mph

Precip: 32% Chance

Humidity: 97%

Wind Chill: 24°

Heat Index: 31°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 3 mi

2 AM
31°
51%
2 AM
31°

Wind: WSW @ 9mph

Precip: 51% Chance

Humidity: 98%

Wind Chill: 23°

Heat Index: 31°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 2.8 mi

3 AM
31°
70%
3 AM
31°

Wind: WSW @ 10mph

Precip: 70% Chance

Humidity: 97%

Wind Chill: 23°

Heat Index: 31°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 0.6 mi

4 AM
31°
69%
4 AM
31°

Wind: WSW @ 11mph

Precip: 69% Chance

Humidity: 98%

Wind Chill: 22°

Heat Index: 31°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 0.6 mi

5 AM
31°
62%
5 AM
31°

Wind: WSW @ 12mph

Precip: 62% Chance

Humidity: 98%

Wind Chill: 22°

Heat Index: 31°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 0.6 mi

The National Weather Service has issued a dense fog advisory for our entire listening area except for Ford and Iroquois counties.

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Across the Corn Belt, wintry precipitation is overspreading the middle Mississippi Valley and the middle and lower Missouri Valley. The remainder of the Midwest is experiencing cold weather and thickening cloudiness as precipitation approaches from the south and west. Lower Midwestern river …

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Across the Corn Belt, colder air is overspreading the upper Midwest, accompanied by patches of light snow. Mild, dry weather prevails across the remainder of the Midwest, although minor to moderate river flooding is rampant from Missouri to Michigan, following last week’s downpours.

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Across the Corn Belt, a significant rainfall event is underway across the lower Midwest, including the Ohio Valley. Fields are already wet across much of the eastern Corn Belt, with topsoil moisture at the end of December rated 56% surplus in Michigan and 47% surplus in Ohio. Meanwhile, the …

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Across the Corn Belt, frigid air is settling across the upper Midwest, where Wednesday morning’s temperatures plunged below 0° as far south as southern Minnesota and central Wisconsin. Cold, breezy weather covers the remainder of the Corn Belt, while snow showers and squalls are occurring do…

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Across the Corn Belt, rainy weather is maintaining soggy field conditions in the Ohio Valley. Mild, dry weather covers the remainder of the region, except for patches of light snow across the far upper Midwest. Snow remains on the ground across much of the Dakotas, Minnesota, and northern Wi…

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Across the Corn Belt, mild weather prevails. Precipitation is confined to the upper Great Lakes region, where some light snow is falling. Many fields and feedlots are muddy in the wake of recent storminess, while a thick blanket of snow remains on the ground across the far upper Midwest, inc…

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Across the Corn Belt, cloudy, breezy weather prevails in the wake of a departing storm system. Snow showers linger in several areas, particularly across the lower Great Lakes region. Any attempts at fieldwork, including late-season harvest efforts, are again on hold, due to soggy or snow-cov…

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Across the Corn Belt, a storm system centered just north of Lake Erie is producing windy, unsettled weather. Blowing snow and snow showers are reducing visibilities, causing travel disruptions, and stressing livestock in the far upper Midwest. Grand Forks, North Dakota, is reporting a curren…

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Across the Corn Belt, snow remains on the ground in much of the Dakotas, Minnesota, the northwestern half of Wisconsin, and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The snow depth in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, dropped to 4 inches early Friday—the first time it has been below the 5-inch mark since N…

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Across the Corn Belt, mild air is replacing previously cold conditions. Snow has largely melted across the Ohio Valley and the lower Great Lakes region, but an extensive snow cover persists across the upper Midwest. Early Monday, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, reported a snow depth of 6 in…

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Across the Corn Belt, a dry weather pattern is in place, while cold conditions are gradually easing. A previously extensive snow cover has begun to melt across the southern Corn Belt. However, considerable snow remains on the ground in the northern Corn Belt, where many corn fields and a few…

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Across the Corn Belt, cold weather lingers. Thursday morning’s temperatures fell below 10° in much of the northern and eastern Corn Belt. However, temperatures are rebounding to near- or above-normal levels west of the Mississippi River. Snow remains on the ground in many Midwestern location…

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Across the Corn Belt, widespread snow showers are occurring downwind of the Great Lakes. Cold, dry weather covers the remainder of the Midwest, which retains an extensive but variable snow cover in the wake of recent storms. Harvest activities remain impractical or impossible in most areas, …

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Across the Corn Belt, snow lingers from the Ohio Valley into the lower Great Lakes region. Most of the remainder of the Midwest is experiencing cold, dry weather. A variable snow cover blankets much of the Corn Belt, keeping late-season harvest efforts at a minimum. Early Tuesday, snow depth…

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Across the Corn Belt, mild, mostly dry weather prevails. However, a few patches of wintry precipitation—mostly light snow and freezing drizzle—are occurring in the western and central Corn Belt. Most late-season corn and soybean harvest efforts remain stalled by soggy or snow-covered fields.…

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Across the Corn Belt, very cold weather prevails. Wednesday morning’s low temperatures plunged to 0° or below across large sections of Minnesota, northern Wisconsin, and the Dakotas. Although most of the Midwest is experiencing dry weather, snow showers linger downwind of the Great Lakes. In…

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Across the Corn Belt, snow remains on the ground in many northern corn and soybean production areas, hampering late-season harvest efforts. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, is reporting a current snow depth of 5 inches. Dry weather covers much of the Midwest, but light rain is falling early …

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Across the Corn Belt, snow showers linger downwind of the Great Lakes, especially across Michigan. Current snow depths, following recent storms, include 6 inches in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, and 4 inches in Traverse City, Michigan. Late-season corn and soybean harvest efforts remain d…

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Across the Corn Belt, snow showers linger downwind of the Great Lakes, especially across Michigan. Current snow depths, following recent storms, include 6 inches in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, and 4 inches in Traverse City, Michigan. Late-season corn and soybean harvest efforts remain d…

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Across the Corn Belt, dry weather prevails, aside from snow flurries in the Great Lakes region. However, late-season fieldwork remains largely at a standstill due to soggy or snow-covered fields. The U.S. corn harvest was 89% complete by December 1—the slowest harvest to this point since 200…

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Across the Corn Belt, cold, mostly cloudy weather lingers. Substantial snow covers roughly the northern half of the Midwest, putting late-season corn and soybean harvesting on an indefinite hold. Monday early-morning snow depths include 6 inches in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, and 3 inch…

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Across the Corn Belt, rain is moving into central Missouri Valley in advance of the western winter storm complex, and a mixture of rain and snow lingers in the Ohio Valley and the northern Great Lakes Region, further stalling fieldwork.

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Across the Corn Belt, a low-pressure system centered near Lake Michigan is producing a variety of weather hazards. Snow is blanketing the upper Mississippi Valley, while rain is soaking the eastern Corn Belt. Windy weather prevails throughout the region. Midwestern fieldwork is at a standsti…

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Across the Corn Belt, dry weather and above-normal temperatures are promoting some late-autumn corn and soybean harvest efforts, where field conditions permit. However, soggy field conditions and a high moisture content for unharvested corn and soybeans continue to limit fieldwork, especiall…

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Across the Corn Belt, rain will linger through Friday morning in the Ohio Valley. Elsewhere, a return of dry weather follows Thursday’s widespread precipitation, which has significantly slowed or halted corn and soybean harvest activities.

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Across the Corn Belt, dry weather and near- or above-normal temperatures prevail in advance of an approaching storm system. On November 17, more than one-half of the corn remained in the field in North Dakota (23% harvested), Michigan (39%), and Wisconsin (44%), while more than one-fifth of …

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Across the Corn Belt, cold conditions persist, although dry weather generally favors fieldwork. However, local harvest complications include soggy soils, snow cover, and a high moisture content for crops remaining in the field. On November 10, topsoil moisture was rated 30 to 60% surplus in …

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Across the Corn Belt, cold, dry weather favors corn and soybean harvesting in areas where fields have frozen or are dry enough to support heavy equipment. Other complicating factors related to harvest include a variable (but generally shallow) snow cover, as well as a high moisture content f…

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Across the Corn Belt, patches of light precipitation stretch from Nebraska and South Dakota into the Great Lakes region. As upper Midwestern fields freeze, producers are selectively harvesting crops. Corn, which in many cases needs additional time to dry down in the field, was 66% harvested …

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Across the Corn Belt, cold, dry weather favors autumn fieldwork, except in areas where soggy soils continue to limit or prevent corn and soybean harvesting and late-season winter wheat planting. Friday morning’s low temperatures fell below 10° in much of the upper Midwest, especially in area…

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Across the Corn Belt, several Midwestern locations completed a record-wet October. Among those places was Des Moines, Iowa, where October precipitation totaled 7.41 inches (281% of normal). Currently, cold weather is limiting evaporation rates from still-soggy or snow-covered fields. At dayb…

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Across the Corn Belt, outside of a few light showers in the western Corn Belt, dry but cooler weather is allowing some fieldwork to resume. However, as of October 20, the corn harvest lags the 5-year average by more than 30 percentage points in Illinois (36 percent complete), while the soybe…

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Across the Corn Belt, windy, showery weather is maintaining soggy conditions and keeping fieldwork at a standstill in most areas from the Mississippi Valley westward. As of October 20, the corn harvest lags the 5-year average by more than 30 percentage points in Illinois (36 percent complete…

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Across the Corn Belt, rain is maintaining soggy conditions and keeping fieldwork at a standstill in most areas from the Mississippi Valley westward. Early Monday, heavy showers and thunderstorms are spreading into the lower Ohio Valley.

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Across the Corn Belt, Frost Warnings and Freeze Advisories were in effect early Friday across much of the Ohio Valley and the lower Great Lakes region. Dry weather prevails throughout the Midwest, favoring harvest activities in areas where fields are relatively dry and where corn and soybean…

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Across the Corn Belt, frost and temperatures near the freezing mark were noted early Thursday from the Mississippi Valley westward. Meanwhile, cool, breezy weather prevails in the eastern Corn Belt. Fieldwork remains a challenge in the northern Corn Belt due to wetness and pockets of lowland…

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Across the Corn Belt, rain lingers across the middle Ohio Valley and the lower Great Lakes region. Elsewhere, cool, blustery weather prevails in the wake of a cold front’s passage. The U.S. corn crop was 73% fully mature on October 13, the slowest pace in the last one-quarter century (previo…

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Across the Corn Belt, snowy, windy conditions are overspreading the far upper Midwest, including the Red River Valley of the North. Meanwhile, sharply colder air has arrived from the Mississippi River westward. In advance of the blast of cold air, showers and a few thunderstorms stretch from…

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Across the Corn Belt, mild, dry weather favors corn and soybean maturation. However, early-season harvest efforts in the northern and western Corn Belt have been hampered not only by delayed maturation, but also by soggy field conditions. On October 6, topsoil moisture was rated at least one…

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Across the Corn Belt, mild, dry weather favors a gradual push of summer crops toward maturation. Still, corn and soybeans were maturing at the slowest pace in the last one-quarter century.

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Across the Corn Belt, cool, dry weather prevails. Although patchy frost was reported early Friday in the western Corn Belt, the Midwestern growing season continues, allowing corn and soybeans to edge closer to maturity. Still, one-quarter to one-third of the corn had not yet dented by Septem…

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In the Corn Belt, a band of rain — heaviest in the lower Great Lakes region — separates very cool air across the upper Midwest from lingering warmth in the Ohio Valley. The cool conditions are a concern with respect to corn and soybeans, many of which are running out of time to fully mature.

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Across the Corn Belt, warm, dry weather is ideal for late-developing corn and soybeans. Despite the favorable conditions, only 29% of the U.S. corn crop was fully mature by Sept. 22 — the least amount of progress on that date since 2009, when 26% was mature.

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Across the Corn Belt, a cold front stretching southwestward from the lower Great Lakes region is sparking scattered showers. However, temperatures in the front’s wake remain at near- or above-normal levels, helping late-planted corn and soybeans move closer to maturity.