What’s ahead for your heating and air conditioning this spring?
Look for relatively cool weather before May brings warmer than average temperatures to much of the Southeast. That’s the March-May 2016 temperature outlook released by The Weather Company’s Professional Division.
“However, it should be noted that spring is usually marked by large changes in temperature over a short period of time and the above forecast is the overall temperature trend expected over the next three months,” the Weather Company said in its statement.
“Therefore, even in areas where above-average temperatures are depicted there will likely be periods of colder than average temperatures at times during the spring and warmer than average temperatures will be experienced at times in areas where generally below-average temperatures are expected.”
In other words, be flexible.
“Even though El Niño has peaked and will weaken over the next few months, it will still influence the overall expected temperature outlook of the contiguous U.S. through spring,” the Weather Company said.
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