US Spring Forecast: March Snow To Threaten Northeast; April Warmth To Fuel Widespread Severe Weather Outbreaks

By Jillian MacMath AccuWeather

Punxsutawney Phil failed to see his shadow on Feb. 2, 2016, indicating an early start to spring for the United States. The decision marks only the 18th time Pennsylvania’s most famous groundhog hasn’t seen his shadow since the tradition began in 1887.

For the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, AccuWeather meteorologists are concerned for just the opposite, as cold air and the potential for snow will linger into the start of March. Elsewhere, springlike severe weather isn’t predicted to become widespread until April.

The full 2016 U.S. spring forecast can be found below.

Continue reading at AccuWeather: US Spring Forecast: March Snow To Threaten Northeast; April Warmth To Fuel Widespread Severe Weather Outbreaks

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