Last summer was quite cool in our part of the country. If the long-range weather outlook is correct, we could be looking at another stretch of cooler-than-normal temperature. As we all know, day-to-day weather forecasting is less accurate the farther out you go. In other words, a forecast for a week from today is much less accurate than the forecast for tomorrow. Also, the factors that influence our long-range weather are different than the factors in the short-term weather. When considering the weather patterns over a span of several months, we need to consider things like sea-surface temperature and ground moisture.
Here are the temperature and precipitation outlooks for June, July and August…
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This post was written by jkennedy on May 22, 2010