After the snow and frost last week, temperatures will warm up this week but expect a blast of cold air, according to the National Weather Service.
Chris Miller, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Lincoln, indicates we can expect cooler temperatures along with fluctuations as May approaches. Miller states this is typically due to transitions in the atmosphere.
Miller says temperatures won't stabilize until sometime in mid to late May. He says the entire Northern Hemisphere is experiencing fluctuating patterns of warm temperatures followed by cold fronts.
Miller indicates heavy rains later this week and into next week will be beneficial for the soil moisture.