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Spring Outlook 2013

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Published on Mar 21, 2013

NOAA's National Weather Service released its Spring Outlook on March 21st. The Outlook encompasses temperature, precipitation, drought, and flooding expectations for the coming three months. Mike Halpert, Acting Director of the Climate Prediction Center, discusses the outlook and its implications.




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