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Rain, Severe Weather, and Snow Kick Off April

A storm system on April 2nd and 3rd brought heavy rainfall and severe weather to portions of the south-central Midwest and heavy snowfall to the upper Midwest. Temperatures were below normal for many states and the watch continues for the last occurrence of freezing temperatures this spring. Read more in the April 7th edition of the Midwest Climate Watch.
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