Climatologist: Average Temps, Heavier Snow to Our East this Winter
UNDATED -- Now that winter appears to be underway in Minnesota, the question a lot of people have is, how tough will it be?
D-N-R Climatologist Pete Boulay says there's not a very strong signal from the Climate Prediction Center about which way it could go:
Equal chances for above-normal and below-normal temperatures for Minnesota. To the east of us has a better chance of above-normal temperatures this winter. To the west of us in North and South Dakota, the better chance for below-normal temperatures.
And what about snow?
As you go farther east, especially northeast Minnesota into Wisconsin, better chance for above-normal precip this winter.
This story is courtesy of the Minnesota News Network.
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