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Winter starts out dry in the region


Last updated 12/1/2021 at 12:58pm

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Clouds hang in the sky Tuesday over dry fields south of Havre.

It may not look like it. It certainly doesn't feel like it. But, the meteorological winter has arrived. And what's in store for Havre and north-central Montana over the next three months is anybody's guess.

Forecasters have been predicting a second straight winter of a weak to moderate La NIña pattern, and while it has taken hold in parts of the country, especially the Pacific Northwest, it has failed to adversely affect Montana, our area much.

"Generally, (La Niña) means a greater chance for cooler, wetter weather for this region," Austin McDowell of the National Weather Service Great...

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