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Leigh wrote:

>El Nino years are usually slow-starting warm wipe-outs seasons in the east, intermountain west (scarce snow and warm in northern CO through Banff), OR and WA (warm and rainy).

As far as I can tell, it's not sure that it will be an El Nino winter.  If the El Nino develops, it seems likely to be a weak El Nino.  Most of what I know comes from this: https://twitter.us18.list-manage.com/track/click?u=92fd2e3ec7962cda008f0732a&id=6a3eb8baf7&e=f3a9e19db3

Please elaborate if you disagree.

Mig

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