After several days of unseasonably chilly weather, warmer conditions move in by midweek.
A shift in the prevailing wind pattern will bring warmer air across the Heartland beginning Thursday with highs into the upper 30s and low 40s. These temperatures will be the mildest we have seen since late January.
The last time temperatures were actually above the freezing mark was on January 30th with a relatively balmy high of 42°. By the way, the normal highs for this time of the year should be 36°, but all month long readings have been well below average.
Once the warmer air moves in on Thursday, it should last through the rest of the week with expected highs in the 30s and 40s until at least Sunday.
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