Fire danger returns to eastern Colorado Monday as a surge of warm temperatures continues in the United States
Weather patterns across the U.S. have felt like a roller coaster ride for the past several months.
Arrival time of the warmest air will vary from region to region. The first portion of the country set to receive warmth more akin to the middle of spring this upcoming week will be the nation's midsection.
Seven northeast Colorado counties are facing a red flag warning Saturday.
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Warmth is forecast to expand through the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley and all the way to the Atlantic coast as the week progresses. Following a chilly weekend in the Northeast, the wave of warmth will begin in earnest on Monday, then warmth will swell during the middle of the week.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is warning Texans to be aware of energy price hikes after last month's severe winter storm and power outages left millions in the cold.
Weather in March can be quite the weather roller coaster for many regions of the country, but warmer air typically starts reaching southern areas this month.