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STATEWIDE–Temperatures are expected to warm up into the 60s on Tuesday and Wednesday, but the National Weather Service does not expect that warm-up to last long.

“So Monday will be the last cooler day for a couple of days. Temperatures will even be into the mid-60s by Wednesday in some places before things start to cool back down by the weekend,” said Andrew White, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.

White says if there are rain and snow showers Monday, he expects those to be light. White expects the cooldown to start Thursday and then head into this upcoming weekend.

“It won’t be quite as cool as what we had over this past weekend. We’re going to see temperatures later in the week in the mid-40s or so. It’s still going to be above normal for this time of year,” said White.

As for the snow that fell across much of the state, White says it quickly melted in many spots.

“Most areas saw a half-inch to somewhere closer to an inch in those grassy areas before it started to melt. People in northeastern Indiana had a little more ‘lake effect’ snow, which was about two inches in some spots up there,” said White.

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