ILLINOIS (RFD) — A cool Halloween is opening the door for a cooler start to November but things could warm back up towards the end of the month. Ed Shimon at the National Weather Service says dreary weather moved on over the weekend and the next two weeks will trend a bit cooler. Once we get past the middle of November, it will trend back to warmer than normal.
Shimon implores the public to remain aware of the possibility of severe weather risks. He says the Washington and Taylorville tornado events in the last ten years took place in November. While rare, severe weather in November remains a possibility.