The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has modified its La Nina outlook. The model is now expecting marginal La Nina conditions from April though June, followed by gradual intensification in the summer. According to World Weather Incorporated, this forecast is much closer to the company’s own outlook. This weakening La Nina forecast means continued potential dryness in the Upper Midwest, Northern Plains and southeastern Canadian Prairies during the late summer months of July and August
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