Below average temperatures have been very common during the month of February and it looks like the beginning of March isn't going to disappoint. Highs Wednesday only warmed into the low 20s, a good ten degrees below average for this time of year. High pressure moving down the Plains Wednesday night will keep temperatures on Thursday from warming much past the mid 20s during the afternoon.
Next Sunday through Tuesday have the potential to either tie, or break, the record cold high temperatures for those days. The forecast high temperature for Sunday is 15 degrees. If that forecast holds it'll tie the record cold high of 15 degrees set back in 2014. The forecast high for Monday is 13 degrees. This could actually break the record cold high temperature for that day which was 14 degrees set back in 2002. And Tuesday's high of 18 degrees could also come close to tying the record cold high of 17 degrees set back in 1960. It doesn't look like any record lows will be set next week.