If you are involved with tourists or amusement parks, if you are a supplier for a local farmer’s market, if you are a grain/animal farmer, if you are planning your own vacation, or for any other reason, you can seek 90-day temperature outlooks from the National Weather Service.
Like all meteorologists, the government hedges its bets, offering only rough odds on how the next three months will compare with historical averages. Even that can be interesting.
Go to Weather.gov’s climate section, plug in your ZIP code where it asks “Would you like to look at your local information?”, then scroll down for temperature forecasts.
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