Texarkana, Texas 2022-05-19 16:56:28 –
(NEXSTAR) – Prepare your swimsuit and SPF. This year seems to be a hot summer for almost everyone.
The Climate Prediction Center’s summer outlook was released Thursday, showing that between June and August, temperatures could be above average in almost every region of every state in the country.
Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico are most likely to get hot, according to the Climate Prediction Center’s outlook. As you can see in the map below, the other pocket you are most likely to see in the hot summer is the northeast.
The darker the shades of orange or red in the map above, the hotter the summer can be. The white areas on the map show the same potential for above-average or below-average summers.
No state is expected to have a cooler summer than usual.
The Climate Prediction Center, which is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Issue 90-day outlook Once a month. Thursday’s outlook also demands a dry summer for most of the country.
Only the East Coast, Gulf countries, southern Arizona, and Alaska are expected to have heavy summer rains. The rest of the country faces dry conditions, which are expected to exacerbate the drought in the west.
These summer weather forecasts are La in progress Nina’s climate patternThis year has been protracted especially for a long time.
La Niña also has an effect Hurricane season.. It usually weakens the storms that occur in the Pacific Ocean, but leads to stronger hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean.
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