La Nina Blamed for a Mild Southern Colorado Fall

Weather patterns in the months of October, November, and December have brought mild, sunny, and mostly snow-free days to much of the populated areas of Colorado. According to the National Weather Service forecast office in Pueblo, the fall of 2010 has been the driest and warmest on record. STRONG LA NINA CONDITIONS ACROSS THE EASTERN PACIFIC OCEAN HA[VE] ALLOWED FOR A MORE NORTHERN STORM TRACK TO PERSIST OVER THE PAST SEVERAL MONTHS…WHICH HAS HELPED TO MAKE THE FALL OF 2010 ONE OF THE DRIEST AND WARMEST ON RECORD ACROSS MUCH OF SOUTHEAST COLORADO.  – NWS Pueblo Drought Report The dry weather is […]

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