The spring season is officially here and it could be a warm, wet spring. One meteorologist at the National Weather Service says it would be the result of the fading of a global weather pattern.
Chris Geelhart with the National Weather Service in Lincoln says we could see a warmer than average spring, especially towards May and June.
Geelhart says we can expect to see more rainfall than normal as well.
Geelhart says the fading “La Nina” weather pattern will play the biggest role in the spring weather pattern, as temperatures in the Pacific Ocean waters off of Mexico warm back up to normal.