1) The central plains are in a significant transition zone between warm/cool and wet/dry, which doesn't do much for predicting the next 30 days.
2) Cool, wet weather is expected to continue for the SW U.S., warm over the N/NW, and dry over the Great Lakes and E. Corn Belt. This has been the prediction for Spring 2016 for some time and is remaining consistent and relatively accurate.
These outlooks are somewhat similar to Spring 2015; however, the "bullseye" is over the SW instead of Nebraska and Kansas. As we all know, last spring brought a lot of moisture to Nebraska, but it seems that wet pattern may be targeted to our west. The Three Month Outlook is less confident on a "target" for above normal moisture, but expects above normal temperatures for much of the U.S.