Weather predictions show stormy Fall

The National Weather Service and the Climate Prediction Center has released the Fall and Winter Weather Outlook for the Pacific Northwest and we could see a stormy Fall.

The results show increased odds of warm temperatures this fall and equal chances of warm and cold for January – March.

They say that the mountain snowpack will likely be near or above average this winter and that major flooding and major wind storms are likely.

Also there is a good chance of lowland snowfall this winter.

They say it will be wet this fall with flooding likely, then fall wind storms, with a potential for cold and snow after the first of the year.



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