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Bloomington temperatures expected to rise as students leave for spring break


Footprints mark the snow-covered paths Jan. 30 through IU’s empty campus. Despite the recent cold weather, temperatures should rise by the time spring break starts. Ty Vinson Buy Photos

Despite the recent cold snap, it should be safe travels for those going away from Bloomington for spring break.

Following a chance of light snow Thursday night, Bloomington may see rain drizzles Friday through Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures are expected steadily increase through the weekend, with highs of 43 degrees Friday and 56 degrees Saturday.

Bill Stinson, spokesperson for Indianapolis International Airport, said the airport isn’t expecting any delay. However, he said airplane passengers should check with their airline just in case the situation occurs.

Throughout the break, the temperature will continue to rise and fall, staying around 40 degrees.

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