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Between one and three inches of snow are expected over much of Central Illinois on Saturday morning. Emergency workers were called to numerous reports of motorists sliding into ditches. There were no immediate reports of injuries.
. Saturday’s high is expected to be about 36 degrees.
Warmer temperatures are expected through the rest of the week. Monday will be partly sunny with a high of around 50 degrees and Tuesday, partly sunny and a high of 47 degrees is expected for the primary election day.
Temperatures are expected to reach 60 degrees by next weekend.
Contact Kevin Barlow at (309) 820-3238. Follow him on Twitter: @pg_barlow
McLean County food pantries and co-ops are grappling with how to stay open while protecting the health of their clients and volunteers as the county's busiest food pantry said Friday that it's suspending operations because of the spread of the new strain of coronavirus.