WSIL — Clouds that arrived in the afternoon are expected to stick around through the evening. The canopy of clouds will slow overnight cooling, but it will be another colder than normal period.
Tuesday morning brings another chance for patchy frost across southern Illinois, but temperatures will likely be just above freezing. We’re back into the low 60s by Tuesday afternoon with 60s expected through the remainder of the week.
Quiet weather sticks around through Wednesday, but rain returns on Thursday. A stalled boundary to the north and a storm system moving out of the Plains will bring good chances for widespread rain and even a few rumbles of thunder on Thursday.
The weekend ahead features 70s, but another system will bring more chances for showers and storms by Sunday.
Chief meteorologist Jim Rasor will have the latest forecast tonight on News 3 at 10 p.m.