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Unseasonably Warm Temperatures and Mix of Above and Below Normal Precipitation

Significant precipitation fell across portions of Iowa, southern Wisconsin, and northern Michigan during the second week of April. Some portions of Wisconsin and Michigan also received a few inches of snowfall. Severe weather and flash flooding were also an issue late in the week. Temperatures were unseasonably warm across much of the region, with the exception of portions of the Upper Midwest. Read more in the April 14th edition of the Midwest Climate Watch.
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