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Isolated Showers Stick Around Tuesday; Trending Warmer

Expect another chances of isolated showers today, but on the lighter side compared to yesterday. Temps will be moving closer to seasonable.

Posted: Oct 20, 2020 5:45 AM
Updated: Oct 20, 2020 10:07 AM

We are still getting our fair share of raindrops this morning. After some spots across the Tri-State received more than 4” of rainfall, we woke up to spotty showers scattered all over the region. Our far southern Illinois counties even had thunder and lightning embedded in some of the showers. While we are going to receive plenty of dry time today, there’s a possibility that more rain could affect the area for the next 24 hours.

For the most part, your Tuesday will be filled with gloomy skies and temperatures still below seasonable averages. Highs will be near the mid 60s under mostly cloudy skies. Lingering rain chances from the frontal boundary that passed through will continue into the afternoon, but will dwindle with time. It's likely clouds will clear some after sunset, but that's when another front will be on our doorsteps.

There is a possibility it may generate additional precipitation late Tuesday into early Wednesday. Current model data is showing the rain being out of here by late tomorrow morning, possibly even earlier. We will make way to clearing skies and highs in the mid to upper 70s for your Wednesday!

Evansville
Clear
36° wxIcon
Hi: 40° Lo: 23°
Feels Like: 27°
Owensboro
Clear
38° wxIcon
Hi: 41° Lo: 27°
Feels Like: 29°
Princeton
Clear
35° wxIcon
Hi: 38° Lo: 22°
Feels Like: 26°
Madisonville
Clear
39° wxIcon
Hi: 41° Lo: 29°
Feels Like: 31°
Jasper
Clear
35° wxIcon
Hi: 40° Lo: 23°
Feels Like: 26°
Conditions are dry, but chilly. Winds have strengthened out of the north making it feel bitterly cold. As we head into the overnight hours temperatures will fall into the mid 20s. As winds stay gusty out of the north it will make it feel more like the teens Sunday morning under clear skies. The majority of the Tri-State will remain dry come Sunday afternoon. There is a slim chance that some of our communities across the far southern reaches of the Tri-State could see some light snowfall early in the afternoon, but it's looking like it will stay south and east of the Tri-State. We'll climb to a high temperature of 38° with sunny and breezy conditions. Gusts out of the north could reach 25-30 MPH.
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