A few frosty mornings coming but spring getting on track; Big warm up soon

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A few frosty mornings are in the forecast before real warming arrives.   We are not in the clear just yet from the cold temps.
Sunshine brings sixties Wednesday.  Today is only the 11th 60-degree or higher day of 'spring' (Since March 1st) FEWEST in 34 years! (1984)
The chilly April has slowed the buds from blooming by as much as two and a half weeks behind schedule. The early morning temperatures this weekend will possibly reach the freezing mark in some outlying locations once again delaying the full spring blooms.
With skies mainly clear overnight and winds becoming light, there will be the potential for some patchy frost early Thursday morning.   A renewed frost and freeze potential is also possible again entering the weekend.
A chilly shot of air follows a cold front Friday night that could bring a few showers with it.  Beyond Friday evening, the rain chances go to zero until next Wednesday.
The weekend will be stunning, with plenty of sunshine.  Despite the chilly mornings the temperatures will rebound into the 60s for the final weekend of April.
Real warming to get underway as the Canadian high pressure moves east and southwest winds begin to blow behind it. The warm up will be substantial! Temperatures are to surge as the exceptionally dry soils of the central plains aid in the heating. With the winds blowing from the southwest at all levels, temperatures will surge into the 80s on Tuesday!
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