Illinois Weather Trivia for November 30th

A low temperature of 3 degrees below zero was recorded at Springfield's Capital Airport. This set the city's November record low temperature.
Widespread freezing rain and sleet affected many locations in central Illinois west of I-57 on the 30th, changing to snow overnight and into the morning of December 1. Eleven counties in central Illinois reported ice ranging from 1/4 to 2 inches thick, with the thickest ice around Decatur, Taylorville, Clinton and Mt. Pulaski. Eight counties reported heavy sleet ranging in depth from a half to 2.2 inches. The heaviest snow occurred along and west of the Illinois River, where snow amounts were 8 to 18 inches. Areas east of the Illinois River, especially along the I-55 corridor, had snow amounts ranging from 3 to 8 inches on top of the ice and sleet. is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.
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