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Soil Moisture Levels Slightly above Normal in the Middle of May
The Drought of 2012
April in Illinois was Much Wetter than Last Year
Soil Moisture Levels Near Normal for the Start of the Growing Season
Upwind Lakes Can Influence the Intensity of Lake-Effect Snowstorms over Downwind Lakes
ISWS is Pioneer in Tracking Tornadoes by Radar
March 2013 Was Much Colder Than Last Year
Be Prepared for Natural Disasters to Keep Well Water Safe and Clean
Winter Finally Arrives in Illinois in February
Groundwater Awareness Week: March 10-16, 2013
January in Illinois: Wet Conditions Despite the Lack of Snow
New Collaboration with the United Kingdom Focuses on Water Quality and Quantity
Illinois in 2012: Second Warmest and Tenth Driest on Record
Free Online Program Educates Homeowners with Water Wells
Study Shows NE Illinois Should Have Enough Water to 2050
State Climatologist Digs up Historical Weather Records for Illinois
Study Gleans Insights on How Lake Breezes Move Through Chicago
Illinois State Water Survey in the News
Spring Weather Preparedness Information
ISWS Engineer Earns Designation for Expertise in Water Resources Engineering
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.