The last nine days of April ended up colder than normal and State Climatologist Harry Hillaker says that trend is likely going to carry over into May. He says the temperature averages keep going up each month with the longer days and May tends to be about ten degrees warmer than April. But Hillaker says the bad news is we look to be in the same weather pattern early in May. Hillaker says that’ll keep things from heating up. He says typical early May temperatures are highs in the low to mid 60’s with lows in the 40’s. Hillaker says it’ll likely stay cooler than that. April ended up slightly warmer than normal after the first three weeks saw above average temperatures for each day.