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Trying To Leave Winter Behind

April 14, 2014, 5:23 PM by Scot Mundt

Trying To Leave Winter Behind

It was almost a tale of two seasons this past weekend.  Saturday's sunshine and warmth was more of a late spring day. While Sunday's clouds and cool temps reminded us that Old Man Winter, though with one step out of the doorway, is still lingering.

The cooler than average air will last for much of this week.  We're in that time of year when our average highs are in the upper 50s, but getting to average will be a struggle for many areas in KELOLAND this week.

Once we get through this week, the weekend is looking much better with highs returning to average on Saturday and many locations above average for Easter Sunday and into early next week.

Though I'm not ready to say those temperatures will be here for good, but it does look like prolonged cold spells will be harder to come by in the future.

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