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April 29, 2013

What happened to spring?

Pella — Southeast Iowa's start-and-stop spring won't deliver the weather people hope for with this year's Tulip Time.

Thursday, the festival's first day, is going to be the coldest of the week with a chance of rain and a high of 41. Friday's high is expected to be in the lower 40s, again with the possibility of rain. Saturday warms up a bit, but only to near 50 degrees. That's the same forecast for Sunday. Both days have a chance of rain.

You can check out current conditions and the forecast right on the Chronicle's website. Click here to go to the page.

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