Bicycles and rollerblades aren’t usually seen on Iowa’s streets and sidewalks in early February, but today’s warm weather is bringing ’em out. Iowans are welcoming the break from the freezing cold and National Weather Service meteorologist Mark Russell says highs in the 50s and even 60s are expected in many areas.He says record highs may be hit today as temps are expected around 60-degrees in Des Moines, for example, where the normal high for this date is only 32. Russell says we should be shivering instead of washing our cars, but he reminds, all good things must come to an end. Russell says a cold front should arrive late Saturday or early Sunday along with the likelihood of snow by late Sunday.
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