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Above Average Moisture Predicted for Mountains of Colorado

The Mountains of Colorado could be in for a wetter-than-average winter this season.” Klaus Wolter, a CU-Boulder and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientist predicts this. He further predicts that the mountains of Utah also will be experiencing above-average moisture this winter. A winter storm track will may Colorado from the Northwest. When that happens, the mountains usually receive above-average moisture in the winter. Though 50 years of data predictions have never shown a dry winter, the majority of the time the predictions for above-average moisture come through. He further predicts that it appears most likely; this winter will be mild for the western United States. The trend toward warmer winters that began more than a decade ago appears poised to continue

via: Physorg