After an uncharacteristic January week of highs hovering around 40 degrees — sometimes even reaching the mid-50s — Bloomington residents can expect a cold snap Wednesday morning.
Wednesday's projected dip back down a high of 29 degrees and a low of 18 will put Bloomington weather back on pace with the city’s winter averages, according to data from the National Weather Service. It could even snow Saturday.
Last year at this time, students and residents faced highs in the low teens, so Wednesday’s “cold snap” shouldn’t be a huge shock.
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