Champaign, IL

Right Now
40°
Cloudy
  • Humidity: 96%
  • Feels Like: 38°
  • Heat Index: 40°
  • Wind: 3 mph
  • Wind Chill: 38°
  • UV Index: 3 Moderate
  • Sunrise: 07:18:15 AM
  • Sunset: 05:54:31 PM
  • Dew Point: 39°
  • Visibility: 7 mi

Today

A mix of clouds and sun in the morning followed by cloudy skies during the afternoon. High around 55F. Winds light and variable.

Tonight

Cloudy skies with periods of rain after midnight. Low 41F. Winds NE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 70%. Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.

Tomorrow

A steady rain in the morning. Showers continuing in the afternoon. High around 50F. Winds NNE at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 70%. Rainfall near a quarter of an inch.

Next 12 Hours

Time
Temp
Precip
1 AM
39°
2%
1 AM
39°

Wind: WNW @ 4mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 98%

Wind Chill: 36°

Heat Index: 39°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 8 mi

2 AM
38°
2%
2 AM
38°

Wind: WNW @ 4mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 97%

Wind Chill: 35°

Heat Index: 38°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 8 mi

3 AM
38°
2%
3 AM
38°

Wind: WNW @ 4mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 97%

Wind Chill: 35°

Heat Index: 38°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 8 mi

4 AM
37°
2%
4 AM
37°

Wind: WNW @ 3mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 96%

Wind Chill: 34°

Heat Index: 37°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 7 mi

5 AM
37°
2%
5 AM
37°

Wind: WNW @ 4mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 95%

Wind Chill: 34°

Heat Index: 37°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 7 mi

6 AM
36°
3%
6 AM
36°

Wind: WNW @ 3mph

Precip: 3% Chance

Humidity: 95%

Wind Chill: 34°

Heat Index: 36°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 7 mi

7 AM
36°
5%
7 AM
36°

Wind: WNW @ 3mph

Precip: 5% Chance

Humidity: 96%

Wind Chill: 36°

Heat Index: 36°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 7 mi

8 AM
37°
7%
8 AM
37°

Wind: W @ 2mph

Precip: 7% Chance

Humidity: 94%

Wind Chill: 37°

Heat Index: 37°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 8 mi

9 AM
40°
5%
9 AM
40°

Wind: W @ 4mph

Precip: 5% Chance

Humidity: 84%

Wind Chill: 37°

Heat Index: 40°

UV Index: 1 Low

Visibility: 10 mi

10 AM
43°
2%
10 AM
43°

Wind: WNW @ 6mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 70%

Wind Chill: 39°

Heat Index: 43°

UV Index: 2 Low

Visibility: 10 mi

11 AM
46°
1%
11 AM
46°

Wind: W @ 5mph

Precip: 1% Chance

Humidity: 62%

Wind Chill: 43°

Heat Index: 46°

UV Index: 3 Moderate

Visibility: 10 mi

12 PM
48°
1%
12 PM
48°

Wind: W @ 5mph

Precip: 1% Chance

Humidity: 57%

Wind Chill: 46°

Heat Index: 48°

UV Index: 3 Moderate

Visibility: 10 mi

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The day after Tuesday's storm wreaked havoc on the Thomasboro area, Ehler Brothers employees got back to work. The Champaign County village of 1,097 and spots nearby took the brunt of the damage from a storm that packed winds in the range of 60 mph.

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