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Umbrella Time Approaching

Monday, February 6, 2023 - University Meteorologist, Dr. Kevin Kloesel

A spring-like 70F today will be the last day of warmer temperatures for a while as another cold front will bring chilly and wet conditions beginning late tonight. Rain showers and even occasional lightning strikes will be possible tonight and tomorrow, with much colder temperatures in the 40s on Tuesday. A brisk wind and rain will make for a miserable day to walk around campus tomorrow. Rain showers likely end by Wednesday afternoon, but temperatures will remain on the cool side through the work week. More seasonal 50s arrive for the weekend.

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