Warmer North, Cooler South
A warmer than average spring may be in store for the northern tier of the U.S. according to a March-May 2016 temperature outlook released by The Weather Company’s Professional Division on Friday. Portions of the southern U.S., meanwhile may see a relatively cool March through May period.
The Southeast and southern Plains are currently expected to experience generally cooler than average temperatures this spring. The opposite is true for areas from the Pacific Northwest into the Great Lakes and much of the Northeast which is where the best chance for much warmer than average conditions will be found.