Monday's high in St. Louis was 74 degrees, which is just 2 degrees shy of the record high of 76 degrees set in 1970.
A cold front was passing through on Tuesday morning, bringing showers and ushering in cooler air. Clouds will break for some sunshine with a high in the lower 60s.
Highs will be in the mid-50s, about 10 degrees above normal, on Wednesday and Thursday.
Partial sunshine and mild weather will continue through the end of the week with the high reaching the lower 60s on Friday.
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Wintry conditions and cold will return to the Pittsburgh area through Sunday morning.
Another surge of cold air is set to blast Chicago, bringing January-like temperatures to the area for the start of the weekend before temperatures rebound into the 50s for the new week.
Following another day of near-record warmth across Southern California, a slight cool down will occur over the weekend before temperatures begin to climb once again.
Southwest winds will bring heavy rain and possible thunderstorms to Atlanta late this week, causing temperatures to plummet.
Warm weather and sunshine will continue to hold into the new week across the Bay Area.
Following the surge in warmth in coastal areas and the central Appalachians from Thursday, temperatures will again bottom out at cold levels in the Northeast this weekend.
Brownsville, TX (1984)
106 degrees. This broke the March record, and even surpassed the all-time record of 104 set on August 20, 1947.
Miramar, FL (1986)
Rainfall measured at 10.37".
Chicago O'Hare Airport (1991)
2 people seriously injured after being struck by lightening.