Weather Service Explains Where Winter Is

The first snow of 2010 in Huron back in Late October

The second half of November is often the time we see our weather take a wintery turn, and this year may follow that trend.  Greg Harmon at the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls says Canadian cold air is massing…

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Harmon says while no storms are on the horizon yet, the turn to a colder pattern makes snow more likely…

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Harmon says the long term trends are following the shift to a La Nina Pacific Ocean pattern…

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(courtesy WNAX , Yankton.)

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