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January was an outstandingly moist month.
New storm follows a very wet January
Considerable avalanche danger.
A hard rain is gonna (continue to) fall.
It applies to Southeast from the BC border to Cape Fairweather.
Rain to continue through weekend.
Concern builds as rain increases weight of snow pack
Snow becoming rain during a storm system is generally bad news.
Juneau puts a new foot (of snow) forward in the new year.
Cold temperatures on the way
That escalated quickly.
La Nina could mean colder-than-normal temps
Forecasters suggest securing lawn furniture, loose items
What a difference a year makes.
Expect 1-3 inches of rain
Many have begged fruitlessly to the uncaring gods for the arrival of spring in the Southeast.
What’s cooler than being cool? Ice cold.
But forecasters expect a snowy weekend.
More rain and snow expected this week