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Friday: Warming trend begins (and new September photos needed)

LANSING, Ill. (August 31, 2023) — It is an unofficial rule of the daily weather post that the photos published have to be taken within the current month. So Friday’s weather post, published Thursday night, is the last one that will include August weather photos. Starting September 1, all the photos must be taken in September.

We had a greater variety of weather photographers in August 2023 than in any previous month — 20 of you submitted about 29 photos. An estimated 9 of those photographers were first-timers.

The photos below were all submitted on August 30 or 31. We look forward to seeing how our local photographers start September.

Final August photos

Janice Schurman caught the Super Blue Moon on the last morning of August. “[It] looked spectacular over the baseball field at TF South,” she said. (Photo: Janice Schurman)
On Wednesday morning, Cathy White captured a beautiful sunrise mixture of clouds and sun. (Photo: Cathy White)
Connie Simon captured an artistic shot of the sun rising behind a stop sign at 194th Street. (Photo: Connie Simon)
Luci Lugowski
Nature lover Luci Lugowski had her camera ready the moment a monarch alighted on her patio flowers. (Photo: Luci Lugowski)

First September forecast

Friday’s high temp could reach 84 degrees, with plenty of sunshine.

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, IL
82°
Fair
5:16 am8:27 pm CDT
Feels like: 88°F
Wind: 8mph NNE
Humidity: 70%
Pressure: 30.26"Hg
UV index: 7
4 pm5 pm6 pm7 pm
81°F
79°F
77°F
73°F
FriSatSunMonTue
91°F / 72°F
93°F / 72°F
86°F / 63°F
82°F / 66°F
91°F / 68°F

Share your weather photos

Share your local weather photos with Lansing Journal readers! Email them to [email protected], and include the following information:

  • Description or location of the photo
  • Names of any people or animals in the photo
  • Name of the person who took the photo

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Melanie Jongsma
Melanie Jongsma
Melanie Jongsma grew up in Lansing, Illinois, and believes The Lansing Journal has an important role to play in building community through trustworthy information.