National Weather Service Predicting Moderate, Wet Finish to February

After a significant snowfall last week, the National Weather Service says the more mild temperatures will hang around. Chris Miller with the National Weather Service in Lincoln says don't let Wednesday's snow fool you, temperatures should moderate and even on some days, become a little above normal.

According to Miller, when things do not get very cold, the weather patterns become variable but things are going to be a little wet the rest of the month with a lot of rain and snow mixtures. For the winter things have been pretty warm as a whole. Temperatures could reach below-zero for the first time this winter in some places in Illinois this week.

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