Champaign, IL

Right Now
32°
Mostly Cloudy
  • Humidity: 81%
  • Feels Like: 27°
  • Heat Index: 32°
  • Wind: 5 mph
  • Wind Chill: 27°
  • UV Index: 0 Low
  • Sunrise: 07:08:16 AM
  • Sunset: 05:02:41 PM
  • Dew Point: 27°
  • Visibility: 10 mi

Today

Mostly cloudy skies. Low 28F. Winds ENE at 10 to 15 mph.

Tonight

Mostly cloudy skies. Low 28F. Winds ENE at 10 to 15 mph.

Tomorrow

A mix of wintry precipitation in the morning. Then periods of rain expected in the afternoon. Some icing possible. High 34F. Winds ENE at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of precip 80%. Snow and ice accumulations less than one inch.

Next 12 Hours

Time
Temp
Precip
10 PM
31°
2%
10 PM
31°

Wind: NE @ 5mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 83%

Wind Chill: 26°

Heat Index: 31°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 6 mi

11 PM
30°
2%
11 PM
30°

Wind: ENE @ 5mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 85%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 30°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 6 mi

12 AM
29°
2%
12 AM
29°

Wind: ENE @ 4mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 85%

Wind Chill: 25°

Heat Index: 29°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 6 mi

1 AM
30°
2%
1 AM
30°

Wind: ENE @ 5mph

Precip: 2% Chance

Humidity: 86%

Wind Chill: 24°

Heat Index: 30°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 6 mi

2 AM
29°
4%
2 AM
29°

Wind: ENE @ 6mph

Precip: 4% Chance

Humidity: 86%

Wind Chill: 23°

Heat Index: 29°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 6 mi

3 AM
29°
4%
3 AM
29°

Wind: ENE @ 6mph

Precip: 4% Chance

Humidity: 86%

Wind Chill: 23°

Heat Index: 29°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 7 mi

4 AM
29°
6%
4 AM
29°

Wind: ENE @ 8mph

Precip: 6% Chance

Humidity: 86%

Wind Chill: 22°

Heat Index: 29°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 7 mi

5 AM
30°
11%
5 AM
30°

Wind: ENE @ 10mph

Precip: 11% Chance

Humidity: 85%

Wind Chill: 21°

Heat Index: 30°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 8 mi

6 AM
30°
21%
6 AM
30°

Wind: ENE @ 11mph

Precip: 21% Chance

Humidity: 86%

Wind Chill: 20°

Heat Index: 30°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 7 mi

7 AM
29°
21%
7 AM
29°

Wind: ENE @ 13mph

Precip: 21% Chance

Humidity: 85%

Wind Chill: 19°

Heat Index: 29°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 8 mi

8 AM
30°
23%
8 AM
30°

Wind: ENE @ 14mph

Precip: 23% Chance

Humidity: 86%

Wind Chill: 19°

Heat Index: 30°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 8 mi

9 AM
30°
42%
9 AM
30°

Wind: ENE @ 16mph

Precip: 42% Chance

Humidity: 84%

Wind Chill: 19°

Heat Index: 30°

UV Index: 0 Low

Visibility: 2 mi

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