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National Weather Service Indicates Mild Winter Could Lead to Active Spring Storm Season

We could be in store for an active spring storm season thanks to the mild winter we've experienced so far.


That's what National Weather Service Meteorologist Chris Miller indicates. He says with the already warm ground across the midwest, it won't take much to fire up some thunderstorms this spring.



While severe weather can pop up any time of the year, thunderstorms are most likely to develop in the spring and summer. In Illinois, storms most often develop in the afternoon and evening hours. 

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