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FALL HAS BEEN WARMER THAN NORMAL IN ILLINOIS THIS YEAR. 

 

CLIMATOLOGICAL FALL IS WRAPPING UP THIS MONTH, WITH SOME TEMPERATURES FOR THE RECORD BOOKS SAYS STATE CLIMATOLOGIST TRENT FORD.

 

 

FORD SAYS FALL PRECIPITATION HAS BEEN ALL OVER THE PLACE, WITH JUST UNDER SEVEN INCHES SINCE SEPTEMBER IN NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS AND OVER 12 INCHES IN EAST-CENTRAL ILLINOIS. 

 

 

DECEMBER IS LOOKING TO START OFF WITH AVERAGE TEMPS AND PRECIPITATION, ALTHOUGH FORECASTERS ARE LOOKING FOR A LA NINA EFFECT TO POTENTIALLY BRING WARMER AND WETTER WEATHER TO ILLINOIS THROUGH FEBRUARY.

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