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November 2013 in Illinois – Cold and Dry
October Rainfall Helps Soil Dryness
Midwest Regional Climate Center Announces Free Online Climate Data Tools Environment
When Will the First Fall Frost Arrive in Illinois?
September was Dry and Warm in Illinois
Soil Moisture Levels Remain Lower Than Normal in Illinois
August and Summer Were Cool and Dry in Illinois
Soil Moisture Continues to Decline in Illinois
Illinois State Water Survey Restructure Addresses Current Issues
July in Illinois–Cool and Dry
14th Illinois River Conference – Working Locally-Reaching Globally
Researchers Track Mercury in Fish from Illinois Streams
Soil Moisture Levels Decline Slightly in Illinois
Record Wet Start to the Year in the Midwest
Wet June and Wettest Year-to-Date in Illinois
Midwestern Regional Climate Center Climate Maps Available for Mobile Devices
The Drought of 2012
Upwind Lakes Can Influence the Intensity of Lake-Effect Snowstorms over Downwind Lakes
ISWS is Pioneer in Tracking Tornadoes by Radar
New Collaboration with the United Kingdom Focuses on Water Quality and Quantity
Study Shows NE Illinois Should Have Enough Water to 2050
Winter Weather Preparedness Information
Illinois State Water Survey in the News
Groundwater Modeling Efforts Awarded
ISWS Makes an Impact in the Chicago Region
Did you know? - Illinois Weather and Climate Statistics and Trends
Chicago Flood Potential is Higher than Expected
Illinois State Water Survey Strategic Plan (pdf ~200k)
Honors Bestowed on ISWS Staff
Current Climate Conditions in Illinois (State Climatologist)
Global Climate Change: What Will It Mean For Illinois?
Insights to Key Questions About Climate Change (pdf ~620k)
Other documents and information can be found on our General Information page.
Illinois State Water Survey publications may be located using our Publications Search Engine.
The Illinois State Water Survey map series may be found on our Maps page.