Mother Nature can't seem to make up her mind!

For the second day in a row, a record temperature was recorded at the Hanford Weather Station.  Monday's thermometer hit 59 degrees, breaking the Jan. 17th record of 57 set back in 1993.  Sunday, a mark of 63 broke the old record for the 16th, 61, set clear back in 1974.   La Nina, the weather phenomenon that brings wetter weather to the Pacific Northwest, and usually cooler temps, can also bring mild spells as well.  The rest of the week though appears to be closer to our normal temps of 39-41 during the day. And the overnight lows should be back into the twenties later this week. They've been keeping weather records at Hanford since 1945.