Expert: January started warmer, ended frigidly in Illinois

CHAMPAIGN, Unwell. (AP) — Stutter of Illinois weather consultants articulate January started with above-abnormal temperatures but ended with temperatures 5 to 21 levels below abnormal.

The Illinois Stutter Climatologist’s Office says the average temperature in Illinois became as soon as 9 to 14 levels above abnormal at some level of the first ten days of January. The very ideal temperature became as soon as 66 in each and each Pulaski and Jersey counties. The bottom professional temperature became as soon as detrimental 33 recorded Thursday in Moline.

The climatologist’s office says the preliminary average statewide temperature final month became as soon as 24.7 levels given the two weather extremes. That’s 1.7 levels below average.

The very ideal month-to-month snowfall total became as soon as in Moline where there became as soon as bigger than 30 inches, about 20 inches above abnormal.

Forecasters articulate there’s an above-abnormal likelihood for a wetter-than-average February statewide with below-average temperatures for northern and central Illinois.

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