US spring outlook: Milder air to fuel uptick in severe storms from past 3 years
Though Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Groundhog Day, forecasting six more weeks of winter for the United States, AccuWeather meteorologists say that might not be the case nationwide. The Midwest and Northeast are forecast to have a milder start to spring than last year. Meanwhile, colder air will accompany unsettled weather across the central and southern Rockies. Overall, severe weather season will ramp up compared to the past three years, as more widespread warm air will prompt unstable conditions.
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