It'll be a wet finish to the week with a weekend cool down coming to central Illinois.
On the WHOW Morning Show Wednesday, Ed Shimon at the National Weather Service in Lincoln told Regional Radio it'll be a wet finish to the week but a nice, cool weekend will follow.
After the cool weekend, Shimon notes things are going to return to a warmer than average and dry pattern. He says outlooks are showing the warm, dry trend that should carry us to the end of the month.
Heading into November, temperatures are showing to remain warmer than average with equal chances of above and below normal rainfall. Looking to December and through the spring, Shimon says things are looking to turn wet.