La Niña set to bring colder than average winter


October 28, 2021

La Niña is returning for another winter, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and that means we’re likely to see another colder-than-average season here in northeast Wyoming.

While the majority of the continental United States is expected to experience temperatures up to 60% above normal, most of Wyoming will see normal temperatures for the season. Crook County, however, sits within a sweep of territory across the northern part of the nation, beginning in the Pacific northwest and traveling east to the northern Plains, that may see colder-than-average...

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