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snow drift

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  1. Since the late 1980s it's been that way. I can think of countless great Februaries since then. I can only think of a handful of good Januaries over that same period of time.
  2. No thank you. I still have nightmares about the summers.
  3. I often wonder about the same thing. It almost seems like something else is at work. A colder than average January has been very difficult to achieve over the last 15 years or so.
  4. December 1982 was snowier than average. Both 1986-87 and 1987-1988 held snowcover from December through January. December 2015 was snowier than average. February to March 2019 was colder and snowier than average. Enso is a bit overrated in my humble opinion.
  5. We'll gain 2 minutes of daylight on the 15th. We'll be close to 3 minutes per day by the end of the month.
  6. It's like a movie from the Cohen brothers. Judah is no relation. I was hoping for Fargo, but we ended up with Raising Arizona in January.
  7. The 2nd half of December was snowy. El niño Decembers can be decent. January is usually warmer than average. This January will likely be warmer than average. The la niña might as well be an el niño.
  8. Won't have to worry there. There are no mountains or ocean to screw it up.
  9. Looking warm there for the foreseeable future. https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/Cheyenne+WY?canonicalCityId=f8795002a97c5fecea9e632bbf2c7b23f9793773c2de3c2749cdfe859e6b817f
  10. Oh, I see that you discovered the magical month of January.
  11. Looks like another blowtorch January is in the works. For all intents and purposes, January has become a spring month.
  12. Spokane was only marginally below average. We ended up pretty close to the 1971-2000 average.
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