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NOAA releases Midwest temperature, precipitation outlook for May and June

(CBS DETROIT) - On Thursday, April 18, NOAA released its May, June and July weather outlooks for the United States. 

This outlook is one tool forecasters use to help prepare for the spring season. 

There's a good chance of above-average temperatures around the Midwest, including in Southeast Michigan. 


Precipitation levels are predicted to be about normal. With the southeast region and parts of Alaska slightly above normal.


Stay with your NEXT Weather team all season long for updates.

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