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Wet Outlook Takes Us Into Summer

A wet outlook will take us into the summer months.


That's according to Brian Bumgardner at the National Weather Service in Lincoln who also notes temperature outlooks are trending for above-normal.



According to Bumgardner, as we get into May, temperatures obviously continue to increase. He calls May an overall pleasant month, historically.



For now, the Climate Prediction Center has the area trending for a slightly above-normal precipitation signal. For now, Bumgardner indicates we're trending to a pretty typical summer.



Severe weather tends to be at its peak in May and June. Because of the unpredictable nature of severe weather, Bumgardner says pinpointing the likelihood of severe weather in the outlook is difficult.

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