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April Outlook from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center

23 Mar 2020, 2:00 am

On Thursday, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center released their April outlook. Chances are increased for warmer than normal temperatures for most areas east of the Mississippi River and throughout the South. The only colder than average weather is forecast from Montana into the western Dakotas.

Wetter than normal weather is expected from the Southeast to the Central Plains. The Pacific Northwest is forecast to see below average precipitation.

The April outlooks reflect the latest model guidance, likely impacts from trends, tropical patterns, current & expected soil moisture and snowpack. Neutral sea surface temperatures are expected in the Pacific Ocean, with no influence from an El Nino or La Nina.


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