The warmer-than-usual winter left nine Midwestern states with their warmest March on record, and in Illinois the first three months of the year were the warmest three winter months since 1895.
If you thought this weekend was nice, hold onto yourselves. The Twin Cities could see record-breaking high temperatures for the next few days.
Record snow, record heat, record tornadoes and record low barometric pressure. It’s obvious that 2010 has been an active weather year. So, is there a reason we’re breaking all those records?