Temperatures expected to warm by the end of the week
A brief dip back into the 30s for today, and for some Tuesday afternoon, will be followed by fairly quiet and comfortable weather the remainder of the week. A pattern change will take place midweek as the jetstream pattern shifts from northwest flow across the Plains and Midwest to more of a southerly flow by the end of the week. A weak cool front will pass early Friday morning but then lift back north as a warm front Saturday as low pressure develops in the central Plains. Winds will increase from the south helping to boost temperatures back into the middle and upper 50s; maybe even near 60°. The one factor that would hinder that warm up would be the cloud cover from the expected showers and thunderstorms. After the weekend storm system temperatures will dip briefly but there doesn't appear to be any major cool down for at least the first two weeks of April.