Spring could be wet for much of the U.S.

Written by Bill Wilson, Editor-in-Chief
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A good portion of the U.S. could experience a wetter-than-normal spring.

According to the National Weather Service, much of the country will experience above-average rainfall over the next three months (March, April and May).

The heaviest amount of rain could fall in the Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana regions. Parts of Alaska also could experience more rain, as well as the Great Lakes region and Montana region. Less rain is expected on the West Coast.

As for temperatures, more than half of the country may experience above-average temperatures, with the warmest weather hitting the far southern regions. The Montana and Dakota regions could be hit with below average temperatures.

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