NOAA Outlook for Mar-Apr-May: Warmer than Average Almost Everywhere; California Drier than Average, East Wetter than Average

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Temperature outlook for March, April, and May. Credit: NOAA

The NOAA March-April-May 2020 temperature outlook favors above-normal temperatures from central and southern portions of the West, across the southern tier of the CONUS, northward to Great Lakes, and to the East Coast states.

Equal chances of above, near, or below-normal temperatures are indicated across the remainder of the CONUS. Above normal temperatures are favored throughout much of Alaska

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Precipitation outlook for March, April, and May. Credit: NOAA

Above normal seasonal total precipitation amounts are favored from the Northern Rockies to the Central Plains. Below normal seasonal precipitation amounts are favored across southwestern Oregon, California, southern Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and parts of West Texas.

In Alaska, there are elevated probabilities of above-normal seasonal total precipitation amounts from about the Alaska Range northward to the Arctic Coast.


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