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Monday, Feb. 27

Another mild late February day with high temperatures about 10 degrees above normal

With abundant morning sun and brisk south winds temperatures quickly rebound after a frosty morning.

Clouding up in the afternoon as highs reach the lower 50s, but drop off near the lake as winds cut in from the southeast.

Cloudy at night with showers developing. Lows hold in the lower 40s.

Tuesday, Feb. 28

Very mild for the season. Morning showers end, but more showers and potentially strong thunderstorms develop in the afternoon. Highs cluster near 60 degrees.

Wednesday, March 1

An unsettled lion-like March open. Mild early with morning showers then turning sharply colder with showers changing to snow or snow showers before ending. Gusty north winds.

Thursday, March 2

Mostly cloudy and chilly. Chance of some snow or rain. Highs reach the mid/upper 30s then fall back toward freezing by evening. Southwest winds 12-22 mph shift northwest in the afternoon.

Friday, March 3

The coldest day of the week as highs struggle to reach the middle 30s. Partly sunny with brisk north-northwest winds 12-22 mph.

Saturday, March 4

A rapid warm-up as temperatures quickly rebound to around 50. Partly sunny with increasing south-southwest winds.

Saunday, March 5

A sunny start, but clouds increase during the afternoon. Quite mild. Highs in the upper 50s with some local 60s warmest locations, a level more than 15 degrees above normal.