The past 35 of 36 days have been above average. When showing the Almanac, I noticed that many of the record highs are from 1910, so I pulled the old climate logs for Jonesboro from 1910. I wanted to see how warm it was in Jonesboro in March of 1910, but I also wanted to see how the Summer of 1910 looked as well. Did a warm March lead to a warm July? Let's start by looking at March of 1910:
So, can we project much from this climate data? Well, not too much. It does prove that a warm March does not automatically mean we are going to be in a blazing drought this Summer!
Enjoy the warm weather!