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Tue March 12, 2013
Wyoming could see another drought this summer
The National Weather Service says spring temperatures and precipitation should be near normal in Wyoming.
But Forecaster Paul Skrbac says that trend might not continue for the rest of the year.
“As we get into summer it looks like the odds increase that it’ll be a little warmer than normal,” Skrbac says, “and potentially a little dryer than normal.”
Skrbac says there’s still a chance that temperatures and precipitation could be average this summer, but it doesn’t look likely.