Mother Nature Isn’t Done Tormenting Southeast Minnesota
Everyone is in such a good mood this morning, after a beautiful weekend full of sunshine, but don't start packing those jackets and hoodies away just yet.
The Weather Channel's latest long-range forecast is bad news for anyone that enjoys warm weather. This April has been the coldest on record with temps far below the normal average. May is also expected to be unseasonably cool.
According to weather.com: Of the next three months, May is forecast to feature the most robust area of colder-than-average temperatures. The cold and snowy weather pattern we've seen this April has influenced the expectation of below-average temperatures next month from the northern plains.
Dr. Todd Crawford, chief meteorologist with The Weather Company, says: "Given the significant impacts late-season snow cover can have, it is probably not surprising to find that anomalously snowy Aprils typically lead to colder Mays."
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