Transcript for Spring Snow Buries Parts of the Country
Is it really spring? These post cards from the midwest telling the story this evening. This car in Minnesota buried in snow. A school bus, no match for the snow. I don't even know if they have snow days left over. Spring is trying out there. But close to two feet of snow in some places. Tonight here the long range forecast is out. What are we in for? ABC's bazi ckanani now. Reporter: It seems someone forgot to tell the upper midwest that it's spring. It's pretty depressing. I'm ready for summer. Reporter: Cars in ditches, all over Minnesota, more than a foot in places -- in Duluth, hardy folks breaking out the snowshoes, again. Winter lasted a little longer than expected, but it's been fun. Reporter: If you think digging your car out is a pain, this poor guy had to shovel a whole dealership. Meanwhile in the northeast, the big melt is bringing flooding, and check out this ice jam, in Maine. A new report from noaa shows us what a wild month March has been -- and tells us what's to come. Ice on like Michigan reached 93.3%, a new March record. In the last four months, the number of people living in extreme drought in Texas and Oklahoma alone has doubled to nearly 2 million people. In California the above average warmth will continue through summer and the shivering north east will warm up, too predicting a hotter than Normal summer through July. Here in Denver, some good news. More rain than Normal as predicted over the next few months. There's a drought south of here and that will be some welcome relief. David. The reign would help. Thank you.
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