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national oceanic and atmospheric administration

The Volcano Goes Off


What to pack for the snowiest place on earth? A shovel, perhaps. Tire chains. And some very fat skis.

Signs of New El Nino Strengthen


The signs are strengthening that the world is heading into a return of the El Nino weather phenomenon.

La Nina To Cause Great Lakes Storms


The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts that La Nina will be responsible for a nasty winter in some areas of the United States.

Forecasters Predict Variable Winter


Sharp swings in temperature and rain or snowfall are likely this coming winter, with a threat of heavy lake-effect snows and Nor'easters, according to the NOAA.

Normality Returns to Winter Forecast


With the absence of both La Niña and El Niño weather patterns, the 2000-2001 winter forecast calls for a "normal" season, promising plenty of snow this winter.

Winter Forecast by Region


These forecasts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (N.O.A.A.) call for a return to near normal temperatures and precipitation after a series of previous record warm winters.

La Nina 2000: What Will She Bring for Skiers?


La Nina's back, but she's not the same little girl as last year, so the snow forecast looks to be a little different.

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