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COVER YOUR GARDEN IF YOU CAN…COLD WEATHER MAKES A RETURN

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We’re calling this “what the hell” weather.

Nightly NewsCap: Ang takes the ‘cap and rounds up the headlines, good and bad, in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Our rainy, thundery weather; the BOOM heard and felt in Saline County Wednesday; Chrissy Williams’ SUV removed from storage and transported to insurance company; and the death of David Dooley the elder in head-on collision yesterday.

TORNADO WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL 7 P.M. FOR MOST OF THE REGION

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Here’s the latest from the National Weather Service about the hazardous weather we’re experiencing and will continue to have until this evening:

WEATHER IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS: NON-STOP MIXED BAG

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Want the entire four seasons in one week? Come to Illinois.

HOW ABOUT SOME ICE PELLETS WITH THAT PRE-ST. PADDY’S DAY DRINK

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Goodbye crocuses…at least in SoCos.

WEATHER IN ILLINOIS: Are you getting used to it yet?

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Enjoy Spring….and use caution today til this crap passes.

Mandatory evacuation ordered in Los Angeles suburbs ahead of storm

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Police in two California cities have ordered mandatory evacuations for 1,000 homes due to the threat of mudslides, as a powerful rainstorm prepares to drench the drought-stricken state.

California gold prospectors hope state-wide drought will help them strike it rich

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Much of California is enduring extreme drought conditions that have left farmers hoping for any rain to water their crops. Prospectors say there’s an upside to the harsh conditions, though, with the depleted conditions exposing previously invisible gold.

HERE’S A LOOK AT THE WEATHER FOR THE REGION

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Here’s where we stand as of midday in southern Illinois and surrounds.

WIND CHILL WARNING IN EFFECT FOR READERSHIP AREA THROUGH TOMORROW

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While many roads are reopened, and the snow is being moved, the danger now comes in from the wind, as the National Weather Service outlines below

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