A mild warm-up is coming to central Illinois following the unbearably cold of the mid-week and the National Weather Service says don't get used to it.
Curt Huttle with the National Weather Service in Lincoln says after a brief warmup this weekend and early this week, we're going to go back to more seasonable temperatures.
If you were hoping for a warmer spring, Huttle says it might not be shaping up to pan out. In terms of severe weather, it's still a little early to predict what could be coming down the pike.
Huttle indicates April is going to be cool, but looking like it won't be as cool as last year. Additionally, he says we could be looking a little drier April, especially compared to last year when it snowed five inches on Easter Sunday.