Wed, 12 Mar 2014 12:41:19 GMT — Mother Nature teased us with pleasant temperatures on Tuesday. Now, we're back to feeling like winter. A strong area of low pressure produced rain and thunderstorms early Wednesday that turned into snow as cold air filtered in behind a cold front. However, after being in the 80s earlier this week, the ground was too warm for anything to stick - aside from some minor accumulations on the grass. Temperatures were just above freezing Wednesday morning and will reach the lower 40s for the afternoon with clearing skies and gusty northwesterly winds.Skies will be clear overnight and we'll continue to see below normal temperatures. Lows for Thursday morning will be in the mid 20s. The good news is a warm front will slide through the area bringing highs back to the 60s for the afternoon. We'll also enjoy sunshine. Follow the KRCG 13 StormVision Weather Team for the latest updates.
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