April not as extreme as March temps
Several cities in the U.S. saw record high temperatures in March--so what does that mean for April?
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Chief Meteorologist Mike Morrison says April could actually turn out nicely.
"Even though March saw very hot temperatures across the U.S., patterns have definitely changed and I suspect that April will have much less extreme temperatures," says Morrison.
We may not see extreme highs, but he says with the drought conditions we could see a few temperatures above average.