Last week the National Weather Service in La Crosse posted a disappointing June outlook to its Facebook page. They described the temps over the next couple of weeks in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin as "interesting" which isn't good news if you're craving some summer heat. The NWS says high-temps for the first half of June will be below normal.

Summer doesn't officially start until June 21st, but the Farmer's Almanac thinks they know how it'll play out this year. They recently released their long-range forecast for Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin. Find out what to expect over the next couple of months below.

Farmer’s Almanac Releases 2022 Summer Forecast for Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin

The Farmer’s Almanac claims to have an 80% accuracy rate which is pretty good considering how far out they forecast. They recently released their long-term forecast for Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin predicting how the weather is going to be this summer.

The Farmer’s Almanac uses words like scorching, sizzling, and broiling to describe the nasty heat that most of the country will experience this summer, but what’s the weather going to be like this summer here in the upper Midwest?

Farmer’s Almanac Releases 2022 Summer Forecast for Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin

 

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I’m not a fan of cold snowy weather so the winter always seems to drag on and on for me. I do love summertime in our region though. I love spending time outdoors camping, canoeing, biking, and hiking. The hotter the better for me.

 

Summer Storms for Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin

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Normal levels of rain are predicted for our region, but we could get some “big” thunderstorms this summer in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin. I love thunderstorms, but I hope there aren’t any devastating storms like the ones listed below.

You'll want to stock up on sunscreen and stay hydrated because the Farmer's Almanac is calling for an extremely hot summer.

They say the summer of 2022 will be “sizzling” hot in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin. Their long-term summer forecast calls for brutally warm weather, especially in July.

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