Summer vacation is days away and so is colder than average weather.
Bring out the jackets because colder than average temperatures are headed towards KELOLAND, nowhere near the climate average high this time of year of the upper 60s to low 70s.
Computer models show colder than average temperatures for at least two weeks.
Blame an upper atmosphere low setting up just north of the Great Lakes on Sunday. The low doesn't look to move very quickly once it sets up, so northerly winds will bring cooler air back down into the KELOLAND. Right now, highs range from upper 40s to upper 50s then slowly warming up. However parts of KELOLAND could see lows down below the freezing mark again in the middle to end of next week.
That isn't surprising. Records show freezing temps can happen the last week of May into the first week of June.
The good news is colder weather will likely keep severe weather away.