Don’t unpack those shorts just yet.
Sunday’s glorious high of 40 degrees will give way to below-freezing temperatures yet again.
Monday’s forecast calls for a high of 23 and low of 4. Winds will whip up to 20 mph.
Tuesday isn’t much better, with a high of 25 and low of 22.
Wednesday offers a respite of sorts: a high of 39 and low of 16.
The brief break from brutal winter weather came after a 2-degree arctic blast broke the city’s 65-year-old record low for Feb. 20. On Saturday, the city was pelted with about 2 inches of snow.
Still, hope is on the horizon. Daylight saving time starts March 8, a sign that spring is within reach.
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