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Warmer Temps Expected Next Week

February 13, 2014, 6:26 PM by Grant Smith

Warmer Temps Expected Next Week

Even though temperatures started above average this morning, strong winds brought the numbers back down. Lower temps are something we've seen a lot of this winter.

As you can see, December's highs were well below average. January was close to normal but February is off to a very cold start. This month, average highs have been around half of what they usually are.

But next week that will change. Computer models predict a warm-up that could bring 50s to eastern KELOLAND. Western KELOLAND could see highs in the 60s.

Even though Friday is looking cold, the weekend will be slightly warmer and next week we'll get a break from winter.

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