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La Nina Expected to Weaken as Winter Rolls On

For a third winter now, La Nina is expected to be a part of the weather patterns but for this year, it will weaken as the season rolls on.


Ed Shimon at the National Weather Service in Lincoln indicates by January or February, it will become almost a neutral pattern.



According to Shimon, because the system will be weakening, it is leaving a lot of uncertainty in the future outlooks from the Climate Prediction Center.



Temperatures are trending below normal and precipitation is trending to be above normal. Shimon expects wintry conditions to be prominent later this winter.



More short-term outlooks have November finishing out and December starting a bit above normal for temperatures and a dry start to the month. 

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