McHenry County sees below-freezing temperatures on first day of spring
Those who relied on Punxsutawney Phil for their winter weather forecast probably are ready to throttle the four-legged meteorologist.
Wednesday marked the first day of spring, but temperatures in McHenry County never got out of the 20s, and lows approached single digits. And temperatures will remain below average for at least the next seven days, said Amy Seeley of the National Weather Service.
“There’s a cold air mass in place that just isn’t moving,” Seeley said.
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