High temps have WVU students hanging around

Dominion Post photo by Ron Rittenhouse WVU freshmen Lucas Bane (left) and David Martinelli hang out near the Mountainlair on Monday, as temperatures hit the low 70s.
Dominion Post photo by Ron Rittenhouse
WVU freshmen Lucas Bane (left) and David Martinelli hang out near the Mountainlair on Monday, as temperatures hit the low 70s.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — With less than two weeks until the first day of spring, Morgantown, on Monday, March 7, experienced 70-degree temperatures and spring-like weather.

Tom Kines, senior meteorologist at AccuWeather, said temperatures in the 70s are forecast through March 10, possibly breaking a temperature record set in the 1980s.

“Temperatures might get trimmed a little bit later in the week, but they’re still way above normal,” he said. “In general, this week is looking pretty good.”

The high forecast for Wednesday, at 76, will tie the record which was set in on the same day in 1974. Thursday’s temperature, a high of 77, is expected to break the record of 75, which was set in 1986…

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