Active Spring Pattern

By: Buckey2745 , 2:32 PM GMT on April 01, 2009

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The month of March was a relatively dry one. With only 1.70" of rain, that's about an inch below normal for the month, and over two inches below normal for the year. It looks like April may make up that deficit.

We're starting off the month in an active weather pattern. Systems are lining up two days apart and will be moving across the same part of the country for at least the next week and a half.

Low pressure systems will "train" across the same areas

Each system will move from the Pacific Northwest through the Lower Plains and in to the Ohio Valley. This is different from the pattern we witnessed last week because the low pressure should move directly over us, instead of north. This will give us an increased chance of rain from each system we see. At least the next three systems should move over us.

Thursday night's storm could bring up to an inch of rain, and Sunday night could be a half inch.

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