Lindenwood students are in for some wacky weather during the coming week.
Monday kicked off with foggy and warm morning that turned cloudy with a high in the low 60s.
Although there will be some scattered storms throughout the night, Tuesday’s temperatures will reach a high of 70 degrees.
“It’s unusually warm, but not a record temperature for this time of year yet,” said a meteorologist from the National Weather Service in Weldon Spring.
Halfway through the week is where the weather begins to really switch. Tuesday night into Wednesday, temperatures will plummet and there will be a potential for freezing. During the day on Wednesday, St. Charles can expect a high in the low 40s with a mostly cloudy sky.
This continues into Thursday where the temperature will reach highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s.
As the weekend comes back around, however, students can begin to see the temperatures rebound with highs in the 50s. It may be a bit cloudy, but with warmer temperatures.
The ups and downs may cause a hectic week in weather, but looking ahead into next weekend, it looks like another set of relatively warm, spring-like days.