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> Spring Outlook 2010, Plains/MW/GL/OV
post Dec 8 2009, 07:44 PM
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Quite an active scenario for Spring this year. Strong warm fronts, and strong cold fronts through the Spring season will cause quite a bit of flooding as many areas will have quite saturated grounds from the Winter melt. In general I'll say above normal precip for most of the region, as well as seasonable to cooler for temps. Mainly because of the wetter soils that will help keep temps down, even during the warm-ups. Don't be surprised to see some severe wx activity a little farther north than usual this year, as well.

A mix of warm, and cold fronts early in March. Look for a pretty strong storm system mid-month, and pretty wintry weather for the latter part of the month. I'm concerned this month over the potential for devastating ice storms for our region because of the warmer air clashing with the strong cold air.

Early April will be a little cooler, damp, and unsettled(a little snow possible for some). Then look for stronger weather mid to late month. Good severe weather outbreaks with stronger fronts.

Early May looks cooler, then stronger weather activity again for the latter part of the month as stronger warm, and cold fronts effect the region.


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