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This winter: Up in the air

Last winter saw a dramatic contrast between the balmy U.S. West and the frigid East. This year's winter outlooks from NOAA and IRI (precipitation and temperature) have more uncertainty than usual, thanks to "La Nada"--the predicted absence of a strong El Niño or La Niña. Both IRI and NOAA are calling for a good chance of warmer-than-usual conditions across the southern and western U.S. and a slight tendency toward a wet winter across the Southern Plains.

Updated: 2005-10-27 8:58 -07

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This page updated 2005-10-27 8:58 -07 by Michelle Flores
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