After a significant snowfall last week, the National Weather Service says the more mild temperatures will hang around.
Chris Miller with the National Weather Service in Lincoln indicates starting this week, temperatures should moderate and even on some days, become a little above normal.
According to Miller, when things do not get very cold, the weather patterns become variable but things are going to be a little wet the rest of the month with a lot of rain and snow mix.
For the winter things have been pretty warm as a whole. Last week on Regional Radio News, Miller noted the polar vortex did not move like they thought it would and that has left the midwest in a bit of a warmer pattern. He points out we have not seen any temperatures below zero to this point.
According to Miller, they are keeping an eye on the spring months and if this stretch of above-normal precipitation will continue.
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