The cold trough in the West trends colder for late FEB/early MAR with a cold risk for all of the North to follow.
Enough rainfall to prevent a late summer significant drought (except eastern Brazil) is expected.
After a dry mid-February a cooler and potentially wetter (snow included) scenario for the Great Plains is ahead.
A tough call but after a thorough review…drought doubt in Great Plains.
A warm week ahead but colder weather returns in March.
Late warm season dryness is reasonably well established to central and eastern Brazil.
Colder in Canada and some of that cold affects the northern U.S. during early March.
A large swath of the global land mass is at risk of enhanced anomalous warmth through the next 90 days.