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Warmer temps likely going into winter, possible El Niño year


Winter in Wrangell is likely to be a bit warmer than the nights of yesteryear, though whether there will be a white or just slushy entrance to the spring season is still up in the air.

“They are going with a greater than 40 percent chance that we'll have above-normal temperatures all this winter, and as far as precipitation, there's no real indicator on which way it's going to go,” said Tim Steffen, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Juneau. “These winters are driven by bigger atmospheric circulations, those global scale patterns. We'll see what the weather brings; hop...

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