FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Spring-like conditions moved into northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio for the first half of the work week.
High temperatures Tuesday were close to the records here, but they were a few degrees lower than the records.
Missed it by that much...
Today's high temperatures will likely end up just a degree or 2 short of the old records.
Record 67 (2016) 70 (in 2000)
Today's 66 68
— NWS Northern Indiana (@NWSIWX) March 10, 2021
Other places in the Midwest did top records.
In the Twin Cities, records from the 1870s.
— NWS Twin Cities (@NWSTwinCities) March 10, 2021
Around Green Bay, Wisconsin, multiple cities broken their records.
— NWS Green Bay (@NWSGreenBay) March 10, 2021
Many places in the Midwest have seen high temperatures range from 20 to 30 degrees above average for this time of year.
Daily record high temperatures will be threatened on Thursday in Boston and Burlington, Vermont.
[430 AM Tues] Temperatures this week will be well above normal for this time of year, peaking on Thursday/Friday before colder weather arrives for the weekend. pic.twitter.com/SIrQ2cL7PJ
— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) March 9, 2021
A cold front will move through our area on Thursday, bringing colder air with it as we wrap up the work week.
The colder air will knock the spring-like temperatures back down into the 40s.
That's seasonal for March.
Our average high temperatures in mid-March in the Summit City are in the mid 40s.