No snow in the Rockies and the experts are sweatin!
So snow hasn’t really started to fall in the Rockies yet which means you should probably go to Las Vegas and huff paint n shit or maybe Florida to get our boogie on until the storms come. The experts are getting all hopeful saying:
“This doesn’t mean at all that the winter is going to be dry,” said Klaus Wolter, a climate scientist with the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences in Boulder, Colorado.
“It’s kind of a nervousness-inducing late onset,” he said.
A lot can happen between the fall and spring, said Marlon Duke, a spokesman for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which manages multiple reservoirs on the Colorado River.
“We’re hoping to see some good precipitation through the winter months,” he said.
But do you believe them? Maybe it’s better if erryone who lives in Colorado or Utah just goes to Shabooms instead.
Or… Nowhere. The Week is saying;
A white winter wonderland is nothing but a dream for most Americans in the Lower 48, where snow cover is at its lowest point ever for November, modern records indicate. “How unusual is this?” the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration writes. “National snow analyses have been compiled by NOAA’s National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center since 2003 and, during that time, never have the first two weeks of November shown such small amounts of snow.”