NOAA forecasts fall drought patterns ‘just about everywhere’

(NEXSTAR) – Residents of the western U.S. are getting used to ending summer with smoke-filled skies and shrinking reservoirs, but new projections from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration offer little relief in early fall. A ‘frosty flip-flop winter’ is what the Farmer’s Almanac states for winter of 2021-22 NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center released new … Read more