Early Forecast Predicts Warmer, Drier Winter in MN

(Minneapolis, MN) — Minnesota is expected to have a warmer, drier winter than normal this year. The Climate Prediction Center says the state will likely see above-average temperatures from November through March, especially in the northeast. Early forecasts also show that Minnesota is expected to get as much rain as last year if not less. Conditions will likely be driest in the northern half of the state.

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