Latest ENVIRONMENT News From The Illinois Newsroom Team
The National Weather Service in Lincoln issued a Winter Weather Advisory for central Illinois, including Champaign-Urbana, Danville and Decatur. Meteorologists are forecasting two to four inches of snow. Click below for the latest from meteorologists. Click here for
State’s top utility regulator up for Senate confirmation vote.
Freezing rain expected. Total ice accumulations of around one tenth of an inch.
Below are some weather-related closures and resources you may need. This post will be updated at various times.
Very cold wind chills expected. Wind chills as low as 10 to 20 below zero.
“I’m continuing to watch a more significant storm system that’s expected to impact the Midwest during the middle of next week, roughly January 9-10.” – Chambana meteorologist Andrew Pritchard.
Earth shattered global heat record in ’23 and it’s flirting with warming limit, European agency says
Earth last year shattered global annual heat records, flirted with the world’s agreed-upon warming threshold and showed more signs of a feverish planet, the European
Legislation in Congress would expand a federal grant and loan program that helps producers of biofuels and other biomanufactured products build and expand their facilities.
The National Weather Service in Lincoln issued a Winter Weather Advisory for central Illinois, including Champaign-Urbana and Danville.
Governor J.B. Pritzker signed a bill into law Friday that will lift the three-decade moratorium on developing nuclear reactors. The law, which takes effect in
It adds a study on the risks of new nuclear technology and puts a state agency in charge of oversight, issues missing from the original plan.
From NWS Lincoln: Minor disturbances will affect the area tonight and Monday night, bringing a mix of light rain and snow. No snow accumulation or travel impacts are expected.