Despite moisture over this past weekend, forecasters say there could be dry conditions in the upcoming months, April through June.

Rain and snow soaking into frostless farm ground was welcome news March 22-26 as the state continues to experience significant drought conditions, but forecasters say don’t get complacent and think Iowa’s extended dry spell is coming to an end anytime soon.

Up to 2 inches of moisture accumulation was prevalent in parts of Iowa, which will benefit extreme drought areas, but much more is needed, and the three-month outlook remains fluid for both temperature and precipitation.

“We are...