First of the warming trends begins this week


The higher temperature trend will likely carry over into the first week of March.

Temperatures are chilly in the teens Sunday morning, but can you believe we will see temperatures near 60 by midweek? First, we have to deal with some wet weather for Monday. While some will see snow to start, most of any snowfall will likely be drowned out as snow switches over to rain Monday afternoon. See the video below for an extended look at the forecast!

However, it is still a cold start, but thankfully, little to no winds, keeping wind chills at the air temperature. Temperatures on Sunday will rise into the 30s. We will start sunny, but clouds will build later in the day, with cloudier skies coming overnight. The cloud cover will keep temperatures warmer and into the 20s overnight until Monday.

We will start with some mixing on Monday, but it should transition over to rain Monday afternoon and evening. Highs Monday will be in the 30s and 40s, with highs into the 50s and 60s Tuesday and Wednesday!

After temperatures rise to nearly 50 and 60 degrees on Tuesday and Wednesday, things cool back down towards the average high temperature of 40-45 degrees Thursday and Friday. Though things cool down for the end of the week and into the weekend, climate trends call for warmer temperatures to continue into the first week of March.

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