NOAA’s first official winter 2016/17 outlook is reflecting a La Nina pattern. NOAA has a La Nina Watch in effect and they are predicting a 75% of La Nina in winter 2016/17.
NOAA is forecasting above average temperatures for essentially all the USA all winter. They’re forecasting below average temperatures nowhere…
According to what we see here, you’ll want to be in the Pacific Northwest this winter.
This Outlook Looks Good For Above Average Snow In:
- Northern Idaho
- Western Montana
This Outlook Looks Calls For Below Average Snow In:
- Southern & Central California
- New Mexico
- Southern Utah
Equal Chances for Snow In:
- Northern Utah
- Northern California
Equal Chances” zone meaning they’re forecast to have average winters, which are damn good.
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