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Heavy Rain Expected In The Mid-Atlantic; Strong System Sweeps Into Plains

Locally heavy rainfall and a few severe thunderstorms are possible over the Mid-Atlantic into eastern North Carolina, as the remnants of Nestor move across the region today. Elsewhere, a very strong storm system will sweep into the Plains and severe thunderstorms with very large hail, damaging winds, heavy rain and a few tornadoes are expected from parts of Texas and Oklahoma into Arkansas. Read More >

March 2019 was a month with above normal precipitation for much of the area, however far southern Missouri did have below normal precipitation.  Temperatures were below normal across the entire area.

Here are some events from March 2019:

Accumulating snow on March 3rd

Severe Weather on March 24th

Climate Graphs

 

Springfield Temperature Plot for March 2019
Springfield Precipitation Plot for March 2019
Joplin Temperature Plot for March 2019
Joplin Precipitation Plot for March 2019
West Plains Temperature Plot for March 2019
West Plains Precipitation Plot for March 2019
Vichy Temperature Plot for March 2019
Vichy Precipitation Plot for March 2019

Monthly Climate Maps

March 2019 Precipitation Departure from Normal

March 2019 Precipitation Departure from Normal


March 2019 Average Temperature Departure from Normal

March 2019 Average Temperature Departure from Normal

Monthly Climate Normals

Normal Conditions for the Upcoming 3 Months
 Springfield
 
High
Low
Precip.
Snowfall
April
67.2
44.3
4.32
0.0
May
75.3
54.4
5.10
0.0
June
83.8
63.1
4.85
0.0
Joplin 
 
High
Low
Precip.
Snowfall
April
70.0
46.9
4.47
0.0
May
77.7
56.2
5.71
0.0
June
85.8
65.1
5.86
0.0
 West Plains
 
High
Low
Precip.
April
69.7
45.1
4.48
May
76.7
54.2
4.94
June
84.2
63.2
4.02
Vichy
 
High
Low
Precip.
April
66.7
43.8
4.22
May
74.5
53.2
5.04
June
82.6
62.1
4.63