Illinois Weather Trivia for May 11th
- A few snow flurries fell on Springfield, establishing the date of the city's latest snowfall on record.
- Unseasonably strong low pressure moved across central Illinois during the daytime hours on Mothers Day. The strong pressure gradient produced widespread wind gusts of 40 to 50 mph, with local gusts over 60 mph. The winds blew down numerous tree limbs and a few trees.
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