Outlook predicts mild winter for much of U.S.
Most of the country will see winter temperatures above normal, though
slightly cooler than last year’s very warm winter, according to the
winter weather outlook announced today by the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). According to scientists at the NOAA
Climate Prediction Center who produce the outlook, drought conditions
also are expected to improve in most areas of the Southwest, while some
drought conditions are anticipated in parts of t...
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