The last day of February will feel much like the rest of the month did...cold.
Daytime highs will struggle to break the freezing mark but some spots may push into the mid 30s with partly cloudy skies too.
March arrives like a lion with a chance for winter weather early Sunday. Moisture arrives from the southwest with wintry mix to lead us through the day. The bulk of snow within this system looks to trend north of Kentucky but we'll more than likely be waking up to rain on Sunday.
Behind the mix into the work week, temperatures will trend much more mild than temperatures we've felt lately. Monday will feature some spots in the 40s and by Tuesday we may even break the 50° mark.
With the warm-up this week, we run into a thunderstorm chance Tuesday and into Wednesday. By the end of the week it turns significantly colder falling from the low 60s on Wednesday into the mid to low 20s by Thursday.
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