Warmer temps, return to classroom coming

Reports say 50-plus degrees possible by early next week

Few students were braving the cold and snow Wednesday after another day of canceled classes due to weather. Feb. 17, 2021. (Sydnee Bryant/Clarion News)

Clarion News/Photos by Sydnee Bryant

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – It’s over. Well, almost. The winter-weary folks at the National Weather Service say the massive Arctic blast gripping the Show-Me-State will begin to lift in the next couple of days. Expect slowly rising temps through the weekend and next week, with highs in the upper 40s and low 50s by Tuesday.

Will this be the last snow of the winter season? Probably not, say the experts. But most agree we won’t see another round of record-setting lows anytime soon. In Kansas City, a six-day string of single-digit temps broke a record set in 1899. Snow falling south of Dallas. Sea turtles freezing on Gulf of Mexico beaches.

It’s over. Almost.

Mother Nature’s icy grip led to another round of canceled classes on the LU campus. Feb. 17, 2021. (Photo by Sydnee Bryant/Clarion News)

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