More storms are likely Monday and Tuesday from parts of the central and northern High Plains to the Upper Midwest.
Warmer weather will arrive early next week.
Areas at risk for severe weather and perhaps tornadoes may extend from the Plains to the Mississippi Valley and possibly farther east from the Great Lakes region to the Tennessee Valley.
It appears Old Man Winter finally has packed up and headed north.
A chill in the air will remain until Monday, when the high could hit 70.
While tornadoes have occurred in each month of the year so far over the United States, there has not yet been a single tornado confirmed in Oklahoma and Kansas in 2018.
Highs will be in the 50s for the rest of the week.
A storm that is soaking the southeastern U.S. is poised to sweep up the East Coast through the first half of the week.
Rain is forecast tonight, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
A sunny and dry weekend is forecast for the Norwalk area.
Highs in 50s Saturday and Sunday and then 60s next week.
Highs in the 60s next week.
Beyond the storm during the middle of next week, temperatures are likely to trend upward, including nighttime lows.
A chance of showers are likely this afternoon, but there should still be some sun.
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