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I had a feeling we would have a colder than normal winter with snow...


NOAA's Climate Prediction Center reports that much of the Pacific Northwest is forecast to see above-average amounts of rain and snow, and colder-than-average winter temperatures.
 
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Good. Im hoping it plays out and we actually get some powder skiing in this winter. Plus, we just simply need it...
 
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"According to the report, the predicted increase in precipitation and drop in temperatures is tied to the La Niña weather pattern, which has a 76% chance of persisting through February. Odds of La Niña weather dissipate as the region nears the spring of 2023."

Predictions like this always make me laugh. There are only 2 possible outcomes - either the pattern persists through a certain date or it doesn't. Therefore, the probability is 50%. Odds are for bookies, not statisticians.
 
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The cold is already cutting into my firewood stash. It has warmed up a little, but I see more cold days in the near term, possibly a little snow.
supposedly the snow level will be lowering early next week.
it doesnt snow like it did when I was a kid, but sometimes we get a good year now and then... hoping this is one of them. I miss powder skiing.
 
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Dang, and I was all set on protesting downtown about global warming, and how we need to eliminate carbon intensive industries like dairy. :rolleyes:

As Dylan once sang :
You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows... :D
Andy
Wasn't he referring to a bunch of punks in Ann Arbor?

edit - I see they took their name from his line, from Subterranean Homesick Blues.
Funny, in the video, the dude in the back left, dressed like a Rabbi, looks like AG.

 
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