The Channel anticipates that the North East will see “above average temperatures” in the spring and early summer, particularly in April and May, according to a recent release of the forthcoming season. .
East Massachusetts enters the “above average” range from April to June, according to a channel map. New Hampshire, Maine, and part of Vermont can expect to see warmer temps. Western Massachusetts and Vermont should be around or slightly above average.
Spring is emerging early in the summer and shows warmer than average temperatures in parts of the North West, Northeast and closer to Southwest, Plains: https://t.co/TwmTNMrf9a pic.twitter.com/DWVvJzIG9j
– The Weather Channel (@weatherchannel) March 14, 2019
It is expected that in April, above average temperatures for all New England and most of the North East will bring, according to the report.
“Forecasts are over average predicted over parts of the series in the far north, from Washington State through the northern Great Lakes and in parts of New York and New England,” the report said. “Areas that are slightly further south, from the North West into the East, can anticipate pre-conditions or warmer conditions.”
There should be an average temperature in June or just above it, the forecast shows.
“Looking at the summer as a whole, Dr. [Todd] Crawford, [The Weather Company’s chief meteorologist,] he said that models ‘the climate model are showing warmer summers than usual in the Northwest Pacific and the Northeast, with the best chances for temperatures below the Plains, '' the channel said.
El Niño is estimated to affect summer temperatures as well as “above average soil moisture that lasts for much of the United States,” the channel said.