La Niña weather patterns have been just consistent enough to be useful in preseason snow forecasts. They tilt the odds in favor of below average snowpack in Colorado
COLORADO, USA — The early snow on the Colorado peaks this week brought the hope of a deep powder season ahead, but the weather outlook is not as optimistic.
There’s a high chance for yet another below average snow season for the mountains this winter.
The reason for that outlook is a very unusual third consecutive La Niña. That’s when the Pacific Ocean near the equator is cooler than normal.
Climatologists have learned that when that region of the…
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