Rochester, MN (KROC AM News ) - It appears springlike weather is finally ready to make an appearance in southeast Minnesota.  

The National Weather Service says warm air will move into the region Wednesday and it could stick around several days.

High temperatures are forecast to climb into the mid and upper 60’s with low 70’s possible in some areas.

So far this month, the Rochester area has experienced mostly below normal temperatures with highs only in the 30s and 40s on all but three days.

It has also been somewhat dry with only a fifth of an inch of precipitation recorded at the Rochester airport, which is nearly an inch below normal.  

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