AMES, Iowa (WNAX) – The hot temperatures and high humidity of late June should not linger into July.
Dennis Todey, head of the Midwest Climate Hub (in Ames Iowa) says the climate outlook calls for cooler, wetter conditions.
Todey says there is good and bad in those outlooks.
Todey says the forecast is driven by the existing El Nino and the trend set in the spring.
Todey says the El Nino is expected to linger into the late fall before fading away.