As we head into the first weekend in April virtually every region is heating up with pre-breeding gobbling. The only problem is weather in some areas is just not cooperating to make things really hot. But a mix of interesting moon changes should help. The moon crosses the equator on Friday, there is an apogee (point at which the moon is farthest from the earth) on Saturday and a new moon on Sunday.
These lunar occurrences happening all in close proximity to each other should really get the toms vocal this weekend. Here's the regional forecast:
NE - It will be cooler and wetter than average for most of next week. The good news is fair weather on Saturday and Sunday, the next best bet is the following Friday. Best days: April 2nd, 3rd and 8th.
SE - This region will be warmer than normal and along with that comes passing systems. New moon day looks great! Best days: April 2nd, 3rd, 6th and 8th.
SC - Hot, Hot! Warm and dry throughout most of this region should make virtually every morning good. Best days: April 1st-8th.
GL - Cool and wet for the most part. Winter hangs on here, but there are some exceptions for the evening of the 2nd and the following morning which looks good. Best days: April 2nd, 3rd and 6th.
NC - A lot like the Great Lakes region, many northern states still have snow on the ground. A storm system for Sunday and Monday will slow things up, before it hits it looks very good. Best days: April 1st (pm), 2nd (am), 5th and 6th.