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Colder-than-normal La Niña winter predicted second year in a row


November 18, 2021

La Niña climate conditions could yield lower-than-normal temperatures in Wrangell and the rest of Southeast this winter.

The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center last month released its 2021 winter outlook for December through February.

La Niña climate conditions have emerged for the second winter in a row, according to the National Weather Service.

That means there’s a good chance Southeast could receive above-average snowfall and below-average temperatures again this year, said Cody Moore, meteorologist at the Weather Service office in Juneau.

One caveat, Moore said,...

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