VIDEO: Direct Weather Explains Why This Winter Could Be Cold and Snowy

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With the NOAA predicting a 70-80% likelihood of a La Niña winter, what does that mean for skiers and snowboarders?

Direct Weather takes a detailed look at current meteorological conditions and their effect on the upcoming winter.

This winter, the forecast calls for above-average snowfall in the Pacific Northwest, Montana, Wyoming, and most of the East Coast. 

The forecast calls for a drier winter in California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range and the Southwest US, with near-average precipitation totals in the Intermountain West, including most of Utah and Colorado.

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