BROOKINGS – The chance of a colder than average winter for much of northeastern South Dakota increased last week, as the Climate Prediction Center released its update to the winter season outlook.
"This is change from the winter outlook that has been forecast up until this point," said Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension climate field specialist.
"There have been higher chances of warmer than average temperatures over the winter, but a shift in climate patterns over the Pacific Ocean has changed things for us." For the complete article see the 11-23-2012 issue.
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