Last month, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center released its outlook for December, January and February, with precipitation across the Centennial State expected to be slightly above normal and temperatures to have an equal chance of being above or below normal in the western part of the state, and likely near normal in the eastern half.
“Our tools, including dynamical statistical models of climate and the expected impacts from El Niño over your state, had a bit of conflict,” says Johnna Infanti, a meteorologist with the NOAA Climate Prediction Center….
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