Tuesday: Partly sunny and cool

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Jupiter
"Wow! Jupiter is clearly visible out to the east!" wrote Connie Simon when she sent this photo from her front yard looking east down 191st Street. The "Red Giant" is closer to the earth than it has been in 59 years, and it is rising in opposition to the sun's setting. The planet can be seen with the naked eye between sunset and sunrise, though a telescope or binoculars are needed to see its red bands. This photo was taken Monday night around 9 p.m. when breaks in the cloud cover enhanced the planet's display. "A lot of neighbors came out to see it!" said Connie. Jupiter will continue to be big and bright for the next few nights. (Photo: Connie Simon)

Breaks in cloud cover could make Jupiter visible for the next few nights

information gathered by Melanie Jongsma

LANSING, Ill. (September 26, 2022) – Breeziness will continue into Tuesday morning, with partly sunny skies leading to an afternoon high of just 58 degrees.

Current conditions, the four-hour forecast, and the five-day forecast are presented below. (On mobile, only three hours and three days are shown.) Details are continuously updated throughout the day:

Lansing
39°
Cloudy
7:03 am4:20 pm CST
Feels like: 39°F
Wind: 0mph S
Humidity: 80%
Pressure: 30.39"Hg
UV index: 0
0h1h2h3h
37°F
37°F
34°F
34°F
ThuFriSatSunMon
41/34°F
39/32°F
43/32°F
43/30°F
43/32°F

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