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Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana

North Central U.S. Long Range Weather Forecast for
March 16th, 2018 - May 15th, 2018

Includes Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana

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March 2018

Fair skies return.
Fair skies, then turning unsettled over Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, points east.
Some pleasant spring weather.
Rain for Colorado, points east by the 31st; hefty thunderstorms Kansas.

April 2018

Mostly fair skies for Easter.
Pleasant weather, then showers over Rockies, Plains then a return to fair skies.
Sunny skies initially, very unsettled weather arrives from the West over Colorado, Plains.
Sunny skies.
Pleasant weather, then turning unsettled with showers for most sections, especially Kansas.
Heavy rain along Gulf Coast, then clearing. Sunny elsewhere.
Very unsettled for Montana south to Colorado, points east.
Pleasantly mild.

May 2018

Pleasant, then unsettled; wet Colorado, the Plains, points east.
A return to dry/tranquil conditions.
Severe thunderstorms for Montana, south to Colorado; some storms may be accompanied by damaging winds, vivid lightning, downpours, hail, shifting east over the Plains.
Sunny, then unsettled; showers over the Rockies; wet to Nebraska/Dakotas.

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