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Coming seasons winter forecast

as quoted from a posting on CGN:

"La Nina this year so snowfall will not be close to last year, still hopeful."

SAY IT AINT SO!


what's the winter predictions for the season?
wet winter? mildy wet but cold winter? etc?
any idea what we should be expecting?
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depends where on the continent you live.... During a La Nina, the northwest typically gets above average precipitation and average temperature. While the southern tier states see below average precipitation and above average temperatures. In a La Nina year, the northeast often experiences below average temperatures and below average precipitation.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/sno...g-weather.html
now i know where i wanna go for our big trip
whats better baker or bachelor? park/freeriding


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depends where on the continent you live.... During a La Nina, the northwest typically gets above average precipitation and average temperature. While the southern tier states see below average precipitation and above average temperatures. In a La Nina year, the northeast often experiences below average temperatures and below average precipitation.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/sno...g-weather.html

Heres hoping for that
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Eh looks like another park year is shaping up woo hoo for having the best park in the country.


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depends where on the continent you live.... During a La Nina, the northwest typically gets above average precipitation and average temperature. While the southern tier states see below average precipitation and above average temperatures. In a La Nina year, the northeast often experiences below average temperatures and below average precipitation.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/sno...g-weather.html
And if you live in Colorado, who fucking knows what'll happen.
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And if you live in Colorado, who fucking knows what'll happen.
Sounds like the norm to me!

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