Thursday, March 20 at 11:57 a.m. central time, spring officially started. Overall, temperatures will start to rise, snow showers will start becoming rain showers, and plant life will start to explode with color. But what can we expect for the spring? The Climate Prediction Center has released its spring forecast for May through June.
It looks like a good portion of the north will continue to see cooler than average temperatures. The south and west coast will see warmer than average temperatures. Here in KELOLAND, we are split in half so we can expect cooler than average temperatures over the next 3 months.
As far as rainfall in concerned, the moisture outlook has most of the country in average moisture amounts while the west coast is looking at drier than average conditions.
Now Friday and this weekend does have a some rain and cooler temperatures in the forecast but next work week looks like KELOLAND will slowly return back to the upper 30s and 40s.