'Toward the end of March, wet, squally conditions will predominate throughout the country, with the threat of late season blizzards in the Rockies and prairies, and possible snow in New England. The Canadian maritimes should see fair conditions through the end of March.
April will bring unsettled weather to most areas, with severe thunderstorms toward the middle of the month. Stormy weather will continue to pound the Eastern half of the continent through the end of April, while sunnier skies begin to appear on the West Coast.
As spring deepens, the opening days of May should be clear and pleasant in most regions, though the East Coast will see some scattered showers, followed by fairer skies. Thunderstorms will alternate with clear skies for the rest of the month, and showery weather may linger over Pimlico for the Preakness.
Canadians can expect clear weather over Victoria Day weekend in all areas except Quebec and the Maritimes, where conditions will be more variable. In the U.S., we’re calling for a fair and pleasant Memorial Day weekend on the western half of the country, with showery condition for the East Coast and Great Lakes regions.
May should be pleasant overall, though June is expected to bring heavier-than-normal thunderstorm activity, especially over the East Coast and portions of the Rocky Mountains.
This could trigger a particularly active tornado season in the Midwest during early June. Then, before you know it, it’ll be time for summer!"
from the 2011 predictionswow they were pretty accurate even got the tornado's right
Last Edit: 2 years, 10 months ago by 83msg1sttyme.
If i told ya all that went down,it would burn off both your ears