Finally an Extended Surge of Warm, Spring Weather To Encourge a Rapid Green Up!

One more cool down for the time being is all we'll have to endure before spring comes on more aggressively as we turn the calendar from April to May! Finally, Mom Nature will give us a surge of extended spring weather we have yet to see thus far. Latest indications are the colder, below normal temperatures plaguing much of the northern, central and Great Lakes region will hit the road for a longer time frame beginning by this weekend.

The warm, spring-like weather of today will once again go by the wayside as another aggressive cold front (the last in the series, for awhile anyway) moves through the region overnight and returns the region to below normal temperatures for a few days. But alas, have faith as latest extended model trends show the colder air to retract back to the northwest over Alaska, Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest during the coming weekend into next week (see 500 MB Jet maps below). After that however; extended guidance diverges on the first weekend of May; so get out and enjoy the much deserved warmer, spring weather as temperatures jump back into the 60s and 70s and possibly some 80s.

Making weather fun while we all learn,
Bill Deedler -SEMI_WeatherHistorian

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