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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Thursday
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  • 88°
  • 65°

Sunny

Friday
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  • 89°
  • 64°

Partly cloudy

Saturday
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  • 86°
  • 65°

Mainly sunny

Sunday
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  • 87°
  • 69°

Mix of sun and clouds

Monday
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  • 88°
  • 65°

Mainly sunny

Tuesday
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  • 85°
  • 65°

Scattered thunderstorms

Wednesday
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  • 83°
  • 62°

Scattered thunderstorms possible

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 82°(Feels like 82°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: WNW @ 12 mph
  • Barometer: 30.18 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:02:07 am
  • Sunset: 08:21:42 pm
  • Humidity: 47
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 6

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Thursday
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  • 86°
  • 63°

Abundant sunshine

Friday
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  • 88°
  • 61°

Partly cloudy

Saturday
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  • 85°
  • 64°

Mainly sunny

Sunday
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  • 84°
  • 66°

Scattered thunderstorms

Monday
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  • 86°
  • 62°

Slight chance of a thunderstorm

Tuesday
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  • 82°
  • 59°

A few thunderstorms possible

Wednesday
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  • 77°
  • 60°

Isolated thunderstorms

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 80°(Feels like 81°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: WNW @ 10 mph
  • Barometer: 30.18 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:57:39 am
  • Sunset: 08:20:05 pm
  • Humidity: 52
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 6

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Thursday
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  • 88°
  • 66°

Mainly sunny

Friday
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  • 90°
  • 67°

Partly cloudy

Saturday
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  • 87°
  • 67°

Sunny

Sunday
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  • 87°
  • 68°

Thunderstorms early

Monday
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  • 88°
  • 67°

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

Tuesday
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  • 84°
  • 63°

Afternoon thunderstorms

Wednesday
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  • 80°
  • 64°

Scattered thunderstorms

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 82°(Feels like 83°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: NW @ 7 mph
  • Barometer: 30.18 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:00:23 am
  • Sunset: 08:18:27 pm
  • Humidity: 47
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 8

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Thursday
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  • 90°
  • 66°

Sunshine

Friday
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  • 91°
  • 66°

Partly cloudy

Saturday
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  • 89°
  • 68°

Mainly sunny

Sunday
Sunday's Forecast Image
  • 89°
  • 69°

Scattered thunderstorms

Monday
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  • 90°
  • 66°

Mainly sunny

Tuesday
Tuesday's Forecast Image
  • 86°
  • 65°

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

Wednesday
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  • 82°
  • 64°

Morning showers and thunderstorms

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 82°(Feels like 82°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: WNW @ 7 mph
  • Barometer: 30.2 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:02:54 am
  • Sunset: 08:21:20 pm
  • Humidity: 45
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 6

Regional Conditions

Quincy
82°
Macomb
80°
Pittsfield
82°
Hannibal
82°

Day care providers hit by Illinois budget stalemate

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After getting burned in the past, Renae Von Burg now requires cash payments from parents of children who she cares for in her home and their care is paid for by the state of Illinois."If and when the state does pay, I'll get their money back to them. More>>

Group working to restore Washington Theater plans for the future

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The group working to restore the 90-year-old Washington Theater is developing fundraisers that could generate significant revenue. More>>

Quincy native part of internationally recognized ad campaign team

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A Quincy native was part of a team that received international recognition for its campaign on keeping the memory of victims of gun violence alive. More>>

Dearwester named Adams County Fair queen

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Stephanie Dearwester had been there before. More>>

Plan Commission endorses three proposals that will go to City Council

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Neighborhood residential zoning southeast of 36th and Harrison was endorsed by the Quincy Plan Commission Tuesday night and will go to the City Council for a final decision. More>>

Big Brothers Big Sisters group hopes to find 100 mentors in 100 days

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St. Jude Quincy to Peoria runners 'close' to $115,000 goal

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Brittany Vermeire says the St. Jude Quincy to Peoria Run volunteers are close to their goal of raising a record $115,000. More>>

Barry plant expects to begin cannabis production within month

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Production should begin within a month at medical marijuana cultivation center in Barry, and the company behind it already has another facility online in Delavan. More>>

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  • Celebrity 'morons' can't hide from their words

    Celebrity 'morons' can't hide from their words

    Thursday, July 30 2015 9:13 AM EDT2015-07-30 13:13:27 GMT
    Once a year when putting together the monthly "Morons of the Month" feature, I like to pay tribute to our celebrity friends, those famous faces we see (way too) frequently on television and on the covers of the gossip magazines at the supermarket checkouts.
    Once a year when putting together the monthly "Morons of the Month" feature, I like to pay tribute to our celebrity friends, those famous faces we see (way too) frequently on television and on the covers of the gossip magazines at the supermarket checkouts.
  • Palmyra, LaGrange, Canton to get chip seal on Business U.S. 61 next week

    Palmyra, LaGrange, Canton to get chip seal on Business U.S. 61 next week

    Wednesday, July 29 2015 9:55 AM EDT2015-07-29 13:55:03 GMT
    Highway repair crews will chip seal Business U.S. 61 in Palmyra, LaGrange and Canton next week.Work is expected to start at 6 a.m. Monday on Business U.S. 61 in LaGrange. The chip seal work will continue the 12.4 miles along Route B through Canton.
    Highway repair crews will chip seal Business U.S. 61 in Palmyra, LaGrange and Canton next week.Work is expected to start at 6 a.m. Monday on Business U.S. 61 in LaGrange. The chip seal work will continue the 12.4 miles along Route B through Canton.
  • ICC forum hears pros, cons of Grain Belt Express transmission line

    ICC forum hears pros, cons of Grain Belt Express transmission line

    Wednesday, July 29 2015 12:30 AM EDT2015-07-29 04:30:32 GMT
    Supporters touted jobs and business benefits of Clean Line Energy's proposed Grain Belt Express transmission line while opponents stressed the negative impact on farming and farmland owned for generations.
    Supporters touted jobs and business benefits of Clean Line Energy's proposed Grain Belt Express transmission line while opponents stressed the negative impact on farming and farmland owned for generations.
  • Budget stalemate an issue at rural health roundtable in Pittsfield

    Budget stalemate an issue at rural health roundtable in Pittsfield

    Wednesday, July 29 2015 12:19 AM EDT2015-07-29 04:19:30 GMT
    Lt. Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti came to Illini Community Hospital on Tuesday afternoon to talk about health care in rural communities.
    Lt. Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti came to Illini Community Hospital on Tuesday afternoon to talk about health care in rural communities.
  • 'Things got pretty exciting': Tuesday incident was 19th ‘shots fired’ call in July

    'Things got pretty exciting': Tuesday incident was 19th ‘shots fired’ call in July

    Tuesday, July 28 2015 10:16 PM EDT2015-07-29 02:16:54 GMT
    Tuesday morning started off like any other for Jim Elder, owner of Elder Auto Body at 814 York. He was working inside the garage near the southeast corner of Eighth and York when he saw a scuffle start in the alley to the east of his business. Elder said he didn’t think much of the situation as he went to the west of his building to grab some parts out of his truck. That’s when the silence of the morning was shattered by the sound of gunshots.
    Tuesday morning started off like any other for Jim Elder, owner of Elder Auto Body at 814 York. He was working inside the garage near the southeast corner of Eighth and York when he saw a scuffle start in the alley to the east of his business. Elder said he didn’t think much of the situation as he went to the west of his building to grab some parts out of his truck. That’s when the silence of the morning was shattered by the sound of gunshots.
  • Area tourism spending rising, though funding for visitors bureau in limbo

    Area tourism spending rising, though funding for visitors bureau in limbo

    Tuesday, July 28 2015 9:19 PM EDT2015-07-29 01:19:56 GMT
    Tourism spending grew by more than $7 million in the region in 2014, though support for tourism agencies throughout the state is in limbo.
    Tourism spending grew by more than $7 million in the region in 2014, though support for tourism agencies throughout the state is in limbo.
  • Quincy Plan Commission to consider zoning change, sign size

    Quincy Plan Commission to consider zoning change, sign size

    Tuesday, July 28 2015 11:35 AM EDT2015-07-28 15:35:27 GMT
    Members of the Quincy Plan Commission will consider neighborhood residential zoning for land southeast of 36th and Harrison, vacating utility easements on the Monroe School property and a larger sign near Stoney Creek Inn tonight.
    Members of the Quincy Plan Commission will consider neighborhood residential zoning for land southeast of 36th and Harrison, vacating utility easements on the Monroe School property and a larger sign near Stoney Creek Inn tonight.
  • Pike board seats Mills as new member

    Pike board seats Mills as new member

    Tuesday, July 28 2015 9:58 AM EDT2015-07-28 13:58:19 GMT
    The Pike County Board accepted the resignation of one of its members Monday night and seated a replacement.Board Chairman Andy Borrowman appointed Patrice Mills Barry to the seat held by Tami Webel, a Republican who resigned after being named the county's ambulance administrator.
    The Pike County Board accepted the resignation of one of its members Monday night and seated a replacement.Board Chairman Andy Borrowman appointed Patrice Mills Barry to the seat held by Tami Webel, a Republican who resigned after being named the county's ambulance administrator.
  • Finance committee recommends electric consultation to full City Council

    Finance committee recommends electric consultation to full City Council

    Tuesday, July 28 2015 9:50 AM EDT2015-07-28 13:50:45 GMT
    Finance Committee members are recommending that Simec, LLC work as the city's consultant for renewal of the electric aggregation contract with generation companies.
    Finance Committee members are recommending that Simec, LLC work as the city's consultant for renewal of the electric aggregation contract with generation companies.
  • Pike board approves ambulance fee hike, building bids

    Pike board approves ambulance fee hike, building bids

    Tuesday, July 28 2015 9:43 AM EDT2015-07-28 13:43:21 GMT
    The Pike County Board cleared the way Monday for a new ambulance building and a way to help pay for it.Board members boosted ambulance fees by 25 percent, effective Aug. 1, to be more in line with rates in Adams, Brown and Hancock counties.
    The Pike County Board cleared the way Monday for a new ambulance building and a way to help pay for it.Board members boosted ambulance fees by 25 percent, effective Aug. 1, to be more in line with rates in Adams, Brown and Hancock counties.
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  • New equipment at YMCA has some nifty perks

    New equipment at YMCA has some nifty perks

    Tuesday, July 28 2015 9:31 AM EDT2015-07-28 13:31:48 GMT
    Tony Van Zandt's eyes lit up at the mere mention of the new equipment in the Quincy Family YMCA's Wellness Center. Van Zandt especially appreciates the television capabilities built in to many of the new pieces of cardio equipment.
    Tony Van Zandt's eyes lit up at the mere mention of the new equipment in the Quincy Family YMCA's Wellness Center. Van Zandt especially appreciates the television capabilities built in to many of the new pieces of cardio equipment.
  • Mayor: Cleanup costs from Quincy wind storm started at $80,000 a day

    Mayor: Cleanup costs from Quincy wind storm started at $80,000 a day

    Monday, July 27 2015 11:51 PM EDT2015-07-28 03:51:07 GMT
    Storm cleanup costs in Quincy are becoming a little clearer, but they're still just estimates.Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore said at Monday's City Council meeting that the city was spending about $80,000 a day at first after the wind storm struck on July 13. Costs are a little lower now at an estimated $60,000 a day.It may take another "two to three weeks minimum" before brush is cleared from the city right of way, Moore said. After that the city will be restoring its ...
    Storm cleanup costs in Quincy are becoming a little clearer, but they're still just estimates.Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore said at Monday's City Council meeting that the city was spending about $80,000 a day at first after the wind storm struck on July 13. Costs are a little lower now at an estimated $60,000 a day.It may take another "two to three weeks minimum" before brush is cleared from the city right of way, Moore said. After that the city will be restoring its ...
  • Adams County Health Department finds West Nile virus in mosquitoes

    Adams County Health Department finds West Nile virus in mosquitoes

    Monday, July 27 2015 6:18 PM EDT2015-07-27 22:18:07 GMT
    The Adams County Health Department detected late last Friday the West Nile virus in mosquitoes from the Quincy area. Tony Dede, chief environmental sanitarian from the Health Department, said no human cases of West Nile virus have been found in Adams County or anywhere else in Illinois so far. "It's not unusual that we don't have any West Nile cases at this point into the summer. Usually the hottest part of the summer is when we see viral activity more rampant ...
    The Adams County Health Department detected late last Friday the West Nile virus in mosquitoes from the Quincy area. Tony Dede, chief environmental sanitarian from the Health Department, said no human cases of West Nile virus have been found in Adams County or anywhere else in Illinois so far. "It's not unusual that we don't have any West Nile cases at this point into the summer. Usually the hottest part of the summer is when we see viral activity more rampant ...
  • YOUR TURN: Jim Brown

    Your Turn: Jim Brown

    Monday, July 27 2015 2:44 PM EDT2015-07-27 18:44:16 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... I went through a phase when I was about 8 where I was obsessed with Monopoly. So I guess I wanted to be a real estate developer like Donald Trump, pre-presidential run anyway.
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... I went through a phase when I was about 8 where I was obsessed with Monopoly. So I guess I wanted to be a real estate developer like Donald Trump, pre-presidential run anyway. What...
  • Country Fair offers 1840s-style fun before pageants in Nauvoo

    Country Fair offers 1840s-style fun before pageants in Nauvoo

    Monday, July 27 2015 11:36 AM EDT2015-07-27 15:36:36 GMT
    High atop a set of stilts, Michael Campbell got closer to a bird's-eye view of the Nauvoo Pageant's Preshow Country Fair."The short (stilts) are easy. These are not," the Indianapolis man told his kids as he worked to balance himself.
    High atop a set of stilts, Michael Campbell got closer to a bird's-eye view of the Nauvoo Pageant's Preshow Country Fair."The short (stilts) are easy. These are not," the Indianapolis man told his kids as he worked to balance himself.
  • Quincy to record, map portion of sewers to evaluate long-term plan

    Quincy to record, map portion of sewers to evaluate long-term plan

    Monday, July 27 2015 11:03 AM EDT2015-07-27 15:03:07 GMT
    A suburban St. Louis firm is expected to start mapping out a section of the Quincy's combined-sewer overflow system in August to better understand how much untreated water flows through it.
    A suburban St. Louis firm is expected to start mapping out a section of the Quincy's combined-sewer overflow system in August to better understand how much untreated water flows through it.
  • Adams County Fair Queen Pageant celebrating first 50 queens

    Adams County Fair Queen Pageant celebrating first 50 queens

    Monday, July 27 2015 10:27 AM EDT2015-07-27 14:27:08 GMT
    The Miss Adams County Fair Queen pageant will be celebrating its first 50 winners at the July 29 pageant.Kellea Hendrian, the second-year director of the pageant, said all former county fair queens have been invited to return.
    The Miss Adams County Fair Queen pageant will be celebrating its first 50 winners at the July 29 pageant.Kellea Hendrian, the second-year director of the pageant, said all former county fair queens have been invited to return.
  • Wind storm keeps insurance companies busy

    Wind storm keeps insurance companies busy

    Monday, July 27 2015 10:21 AM EDT2015-07-27 14:21:45 GMT
    The calls started before Charles Scholz could leave his basement. Like many others on July 13, Scholz, a State Farm insurance agent, was waiting out a dangerous windstorm at his home. At the time, he had no idea how much damage had been inflicted on Quincy.
    The calls started before Charles Scholz could leave his basement. Like many others on July 13, Scholz, a State Farm insurance agent, was waiting out a dangerous windstorm at his home. At the time, he had no idea how much damage had been inflicted on Quincy.
  • ICC plans public forum Tuesday in Pittsfield on Grain Belt Express project

    ICC plans public forum Tuesday in Pittsfield on Grain Belt Express project

    Monday, July 27 2015 10:17 AM EDT2015-07-27 14:17:14 GMT
    The Illinois Commerce Commission will hold three public forums, including one in Pittsfield, on Clean Line Energy's proposed Grain Belt Express transmission line.The Pittsfield forum begins at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Pike County Farm Bureau, 1301 E. Washington.
    The Illinois Commerce Commission will hold three public forums, including one in Pittsfield, on Clean Line Energy's proposed Grain Belt Express transmission line.The Pittsfield forum begins at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Pike County Farm Bureau, 1301 E. Washington.
  • Adams County Fair to feature several new events, special celebrations

    Adams County Fair to feature several new events, special celebrations

    Monday, July 27 2015 8:55 AM EDT2015-07-27 12:55:49 GMT
    Several celebrations will be part of the 74th annual Adams County Fair, which opens Wednesday and runs through Tuesday, Aug. 4, at the fairgrounds near Mendon.
    Several celebrations will be part of the 74th annual Adams County Fair, which opens Wednesday and runs through Tuesday, Aug. 4, at the fairgrounds near Mendon.
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  • Quinsippi Stamp Club to meet Aug. 5

    Quinsippi Stamp Club to meet Aug. 5

    Thursday, July 30 2015 8:54 AM EDT2015-07-30 12:54:27 GMT
    The Quinsippi Stamp Club will have its sixth meeting of the year Wednesday, Aug. 5, at 7 p.m. at the Good Samaritan Home, 2130 Harrison in Quincy.
    The Quinsippi Stamp Club will have its sixth meeting of the year Wednesday, Aug. 5, at 7 p.m. at the Good Samaritan Home, 2130 Harrison in Quincy.
  • Wavering pool to close on Sunday

    Wavering pool to close on Sunday

    Wednesday, July 29 2015 10:50 AM EDT2015-07-29 14:50:35 GMT
    The Quincy Park District will close Wavering Aquatic Center for the season -- and for good -- on Sunday.
    The Quincy Park District will close Wavering Aquatic Center for the season -- and for good -- on Sunday.
  • Special Olympics to benefit from lunch

    Special Olympics to benefit from lunch

    Wednesday, July 29 2015 10:19 AM EDT2015-07-29 14:19:54 GMT
    A fundraiser for the Special Olympics Illinois will be held Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Texas Roadhouse, 5120 Broadway.
    A fundraiser for the Special Olympics Illinois will be held Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Texas Roadhouse, 5120 Broadway.
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  • YOUR TURN: Jim Brown

    Your Turn: Jim Brown

    Monday, July 27 2015 2:44 PM EDT2015-07-27 18:44:16 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... I went through a phase when I was about 8 where I was obsessed with Monopoly. So I guess I wanted to be a real estate developer like Donald Trump, pre-presidential run anyway.
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... I went through a phase when I was about 8 where I was obsessed with Monopoly. So I guess I wanted to be a real estate developer like Donald Trump, pre-presidential run anyway. What...
  • YOUR TURN: Christine Morey

    YOUR TURN: Christine Morey

    Friday, July 17 2015 5:07 PM EDT2015-07-17 21:07:54 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a veterinarian. I loved working with animals. By the time I reached high school, I realized that I didn't like school enough to stick with it to be a vet.
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a veterinarian. I loved working with animals. By the time I reached high school, I realized that I didn't like school enough to stick with it to be a vet.
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