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June 27, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Mid-Atlantic Region for March–May 2022. Dated June 2022.

Temperatures were generally within two degrees of normal for the spring season across the Mid-Atlantic. This is similar to what was observed for the preceding summer, fall, and winter seasons. The region generally experienced slightly wetter than normal conditions, with most locations experiencing between 100% and 125% of their normal spring precipitation amounts.

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June 22, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Missouri River Basin for March–May 2022. Dated June 2022.

Temperatures were below normal for the majority of the Missouri River Basin. The greatest departures were in North Dakota and northwestern Wyoming. Precipitation was well above normal in North Dakota and near normal over the Rockies and eastern Kansas. Over southwestern South Dakota, western Kansas, and eastern Colorado, precipitation was well below normal this spring.

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June 21, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Western Region for March–May 2022. Dated June 2022.

Temperatures were below average across the Pacific Northwest, northern California, and the northern Great Basin. Dry conditions persisted across the Southwest with record low spring precipitation in parts of Nevada, California, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.

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June 21, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Midwest Region for March–May 2022. Dated June 2022.

Spring precipitation was near- to above-normal across the Midwest, with most areas at 75%–125% of normal precipitation. The upper Midwest and southern Missouri were the wettest locations with over 150% of normal precipitation. Spring temperatures averaged 1–4°F below normal in the northwest and 1–3°F above normal in the southeast, with near-normal conditions in between.

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June 21, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Southern Region for March–May 2022. Dated June 2022.

Except for Arkansas, temperatures were well above normal during Spring 2022. It was a wetter than normal spring from central and eastern Oklahoma to east-central Mississippi, with especially wet conditions near the Ozarks. In contrast, dry weather gripped Texas.

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June 21, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Great Lakes Region for March–May 2022. Dated June 2022.

Spring ranged from 2°C (4°F) below normal in the Superior basin to 2°C (4°F) above normal in the Erie and Ontario basins. The overall basin saw 111% of average precipitation for spring, with Erie and Ontario being drier and the other basins being wetter.

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June 21, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for Alaska and Northwestern Canada for March–May 2022, with an outlook for July–September 2022. Dated June 2022. 

The current snowpack in the Yukon is largely unprecedented, with many sites close to meeting or exceeding their historical monthly records. The higher than normal snowpack and cool spring temperatures may contribute to flooding. This will be especially true if warmer than average temperatures occur in the early summer and lead to rapid melt.

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June 17, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Southeast Region for March–May 2022. Dated June 2022.

Above-average temperatures were recorded over the entire Southeast, with much of Florida and eastern North Carolina observing more than 2°F above normal. Precipitation ranged from below average in the eastern Carolinas, southern Florida, and Puerto Rico, to above average in northern Florida, including the Florida Panhandle and Alabama.

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June 17, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Northeast Region for March–May 2022.  Dated June 2022.

Spring was warmer than normal, ranking among the 10 warmest for some sites; however, there were large temperature swings each month. Spring precipitation varied, with drought and abnormal dryness expanding in southern and coastal New England but easing in southern parts of the Northeast.

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June 17, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Gulf of Maine Region for March–May 2022. Dated June 2022.

Spring was up to 2°C (4°F) warmer than normal, with Portland, Maine, and Boston, Massachusetts, having one of their 10 warmest springs on record. Spring precipitation ranged from 50% of normal to 175% of normal.