RealWeatherwatch – Drew Lerner Predicts Mild & Wet Summer for West

What kind of weather can we expect this summer out west? There seems to be a little bit of confusion surrounding that point. Some weather services have been forecasting hot and dry, others have been saying cooler than normal. Considering the way the predictions for winter and the actual winter went this year, you can understand why there is a little bit of doubt in the minds of some farmers and ranchers.

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This episode of the RealWeatherWatch brings Drew Lerner of World Weather Inc. back for a look at the late spring, early summer forecast to see just what we can clear up some of the fog surrounding the extended forecast.

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