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Sunday, Feb. 18

Milder air sweeps into the region as south winds increase.
Temps hover in the low-mid 20s most areas at sunrise, then turning breezy and mild.
Patchy high and mid-level clouds drift across the area, but enough sunshine emerges to boost afternoon temps to the mid 40s-a level about 10° above normal.
SW-S winds increase to 15 to 25 mph.
Clouds thicken overnight keeping temps mild. Readings dip to the upper 30s early, then hold nearly steady around 40° through the night.

Monday, Feb. 19

Windy and unseasonably mild. Periods of showers and a few t-storms may bring flooding. Temps top 60 degrees by late afternoon. S-SW winds 20-25 mph. Continued very mild at night.

Tuesday, Feb. 20

Continued spring-like. SW winds keep temps in the upper 50s much of the day. Periodic showers/t-storms persist. Rain diminishes in the evening as winds shift NW, and cooler air arrives.

Wednesday, Feb. 21

Lingering clouds exit early, then the area dries out under mostly sunny skies. Seasonable temps. Readings hold in the mid 30s much of the day. NW winds 10 to 20 mph diminish late.

Thursday, Feb. 22

High pressure sprawled across the Great lakes brings tranquil weather. Ample sun helps temps reach 40 degrees. NE winds 10-15 mph. Clouds arrive during the overnight hours.

Friday, Feb. 23

Weather system organizes over the Plains. Clouds thicken, leading to a likelihood of showers. Mild. Temps reach the mid 40s. SE winds 10-15 mph shift W at night.

Saturday, Feb. 24

Periods of rain continue much of the day as low pressure moves across the upper Midwest. S-SW winds help temps reach the mid-upper 40s. Rain ends as winds turn NW at night.