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Monday, Feb. 20, 2017

A windy, unseasonably mild President’s day on tap as Plains storm system approaches. Sun fades as moisture levels rise and clouds thicken. Mild, with sunrise temps in the mid 40s. SE winds increase to 15-25 mph, then turn S in the afternoon. Early-May level temps peak in the mid and upper 60s. Another 70-degree day possible should peeks of sun emerge. Showers possible toward evening. Showers and a few t-storms spread during the evening. Rain ends as winds shift W overnight.

Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017

Dry air sweeps in on 15-25 mph W winds. Mostly sunny skies help temps rise well into the 60s, challenging the record high for the date. Winds diminish in the afternoon.

Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017

Breezy and very mild. Aside from patchy high clouds, sunshine dominates the day. Temps climb to around 70 degrees. Turning cooler overnight as winds shift N at 10-15 mph.

Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017

Increasing clouds.  Cooler, but inland temps still run some 15 degrees above normal. Showers/storms arrive after dark. Overnight temps rise as NE winds turn SE-S 15-25 mph.

Friday, Feb. 24, 2017

Mild, with showers/storms forenoon, then blustery and turning colder. Temps fall from upper 50s, to near 40 by evening. Colder, flurries at night. S winds 20-30 mph turn SW-W.

Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017

Variably cloudy, with periodic flurries. Windy and colder. Daytime temps struggle to break freezing. Clearing, colder at night. NW winds 15-30 mph diminish late.

Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017

Peeks of sun give way to thickening clouds. Not as chilly, as temps reach the low 40s. Snow or rain develop at night. Light, variable winds become SE at 10 to 15 mph.