The March That Never Was

We knew that this month was warm and the numbers don’t lie. If the month ended today, then this month would go down as the 3rd warmest with the average temperature about 9 degrees above normal. (No wonder the allergies have been showing up earlier and the grass turning greener).

The surge of warmth this month did come with something better than sneezing, weezing and all sorts of other things that come with spring weather. We’ve had a good amount of rain during the month that has helped push Oklahoma City out of a drought. Western Oklahoma is a different story, but with about 4.40 inches of rain this month, we’re just knocking on the door of making it to the top 10 wettest March’s on record.

The outlook for the rest of the month does show a small drop in temperatures for tomorrow before we see a quick warm-up by the weekend with highs near 80. Rain chances are high for Thursday and more rain possible next week.



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