It appears we may be turning the corner from our very chilly pattern with the worst of the cold weather almost over. Tuesday morning we set a record low of 27 and Wednesday morning made it down to 26. Not a record, but cold enough.
The extended forecast keeps temps below normal through Thursday, but the jet stream will FINALLY be heading north, taking that Canadian air with it.
The long range forecast continues to warm temps up into the 70s next week, but it will also be a more active weather pattern as we see several chances for rain.
March averaged 6.4 degrees below normal, but the Climate Prediction Center is calling for a 33 percent chance April will be warmer than normal, overall.
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