Saturday, March 31, 2018

March Summary

Little to summarize here. Sprinkles or very light showers occurred on 4 days and produced a total rainfall of 0.02 inches. There were three mornings with cold low temperatures - two days with 32 F and 28 F on March 1st.

Shown below are the current monthly outlooks for April and also the latest update of continental drought status. The forecasts for April indicate more of basically the same. The drought chart indicates California improved some due to recent rains around Santa Barbara and north of LA Basin. However, extreme drought spread toward southwest Arizona and inched into southeastern corner of California.

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