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SE U.S. May Have A Drier, Warmer-Biased Summer

SE U.S. May Have A Drier, Warmer-Biased Summer

May 1, 2019

Brad Luchen, one of World Weather, Inc.'s meteorologists, recently completed a statistical weather study based on the ten wettest 12-month periods ending in March in the southeastern United States. The results of his study suggested the following May through August period tended to be warmer and drier biased. His findings fit well with other World Weather, Inc. studies correlating a drier than usual bias in the southeastern states during the May through July period following record cold Novembers in the heart of the Midwest, record cold Februarys in the northern Plains and solar minimum years.
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