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Much of the Midwest experienced its warmest March on record this year, and Illinois had its warmest winter since 1895, a pair of climate-study agencies at the University of Illinois said yesterday. All that warm weather has some farmers and gardeners
Ill. (AP) The warmer-than-usual winter left nine Midwestern states with their warmest March on record, and in Illinois the first three months of the year were the warmest three winter months since 1895. The Midwestern Regional Climate Center and
Meteorologists used the terms "staggering," "astonishing" and "incredible" to describe the heat across the eastern two-thirds of the nation that set thousands of temperature records for March in cities and towns from the Dakotas to Maine to Florida. "
Drought conditions occurred for half of the Midwest, while at the same time, several severe precipitation events resulted in flash flooding, breaking 17 all-time precipitation records, Nine all-time high maximum temperature records were broken in the