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Current Conditions
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Current Local Radar
Feels Like:
Dew Point Humidity
69°F 100%
Mostly Cloudy with Light Fog
Wind Strength
Light Moderate Strong
Northeast at 2 mph
Local Graphical Forecast (updated: 09/13/2019 2:53pm)
Saturday (09/14)
Day Night
0% 40%
High Low
76 to 79 61 to 64
Humidity Humidity
Fair Fair
Sunday (09/15)
Day Night
0% 0%
High Low
80 to 83 63 to 66
Humidity Humidity
Muggy Muggy
Monday (09/16)
Day Night
0% 0%
High Low
77 to 80 61 to 64
Humidity Humidity
Muggy Fair
Tuesday (09/17)
Day Night
0% 0%
High Low
77 to 80 62 to 65
Humidity Humidity
Fair Fair
Detailed Text Forecast (updated: 09/13/2019 2:53pm)

The Next 4 Days...

Short Term: A cold front has moved through northern Illinois earlier today with cold air advection behind it ushering in cooler temperatures along with some drier more comfortable air. High pressure will be in control of our weather later today leading to cool overnight lows well into the 50's and then a beautiful day tomorrow with widespread sunshine. Model guidance continues to show a subtle weather disturbance moving into the area late tomorrow night and into Sunday morning with strong moisture advection and isentropic lift out ahead of it. This will lead to a chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight tomorrow night and into Sunday morning. Behind the disturbance, high pressure will build back into our area for the start of next week with quiet and dry conditions Monday and Tuesday as daytime highs get into the upper 70's.

Beyond 4 Days...

Long Term: After the beginning of next week, broad high pressure looks to remain around and in control of our weather in some fashion keeping our weather mostly quiet and dry. The upper level ridge will once again build over the Midwest by the middle of next week and this could lead to at least slightly warmer temperatures across northern Illinois. Daytime highs could sneak into the 80's next Wednesday and Thursday and there are also some hints on medium range model guidance that the next chance for any meaningful rain will not come until next Thursday. It is at this time where models are showing a potential frontal passage into our at least near our area at that time. Besides that, expect a fairly quiet and dry work week.
COD Weather Statistics

COD Weather Station Statistics

  • Time of Observation: 9/16/19 - 3:12:01 am
  • Latitude: 41.89°N
  • Longitude: -88.15°W
  • Elevation: 747.63 ft
  • Sunrise: 6:34am
  • Sunset: 6:59pm

Current Weather Conditions

  • Currently: Mostly Cloudy with Mist
  • Visibility: 5.9SM
  • Present Weather: BR
  • Cloud Cover: Mostly Cloudy

Temperature and Pressure

  • Air Temperature: 68.52°F
  • Dewpoint Temperature: 68.52°F
  • Wet-Bulb Temperature: 68.52°F
  • Humidity: 100.00%
  • Wind Chill:
  • Heat Index:
  • Pressure: 1017.95mb

Precipitation and Wind

  • Current Precipitation: N/A
  • Measured Liquid Precipitation: 0.00 Inches
  • Current Wind: From the NE at 2.46mph
  • Recent Peak Wind Gust: 3.94mph at 3:11am

Recent Station Records

  • Highest Temperature (Today): 69.31°F
  • Lowest Temperature (Today): 68.24°F

  • Highest Relative Humidity (Today): 100.00%
  • Lowest Relative Humidity (Today): 99.55%

  • Highest Pressure (Today): 1017.95mb
  • Lowest Pressure (Today): 1016.93mb

  • Measured Liquid Precip (Today): 0.00 Inches
  • Measured Liquid Precip (Month): 1.66 Inches
  • Measured Liquid Precip (Year): 14.13 Inches

  • Peak Wind Gust (Today): 4.38mph at 1:38am