2011-2012 Winter Forecast.

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(November-December-January)
(Temperatures)

(November-December-January)
(Precipitation)



There is little to no hope of us getting enough rainfall to get
us back up to "normal" rainfall-wise here in SE NM this up
coming winter. Our driest time of the year is typically from
November into March.

La Nina conditions are forecast to strengthen, and continue
right on into the winter, and in spring. So it appears that we
are headed into a warmer and drier than normal winter.

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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