If you woke up Tuesday morning and thought about throwing a sweatshirt on, thank Hurricane Isaias.
Chris Miller with the National Weather Service in Lincoln told Regional Radio News Monday on the WHOW Morning Show the hurricane in the south is stalling any warm weather from coming up to the midwest causing very below-normal temperatures.
Once the hurricane moves off and weather patterns return to normal, so will the central Illinois weather. Miller explains warm weather will return later this week and by the weekend we should have a return to hot and humid conditions.
Recent rains have left stretches of central Illinois still needing moisture while other areas are experiencing an overabundance of rain. We'll have more with Miller on this later this week on Regional Radio News.