Another run-of-the-mill winter predicted for region
Like the exacting clock one has on their cellphone that automatically changes crossing time zones or when it’s Daylight Savings Time, fall arrived almost as if on cue.
Seemingly within minutes of the official entrance of the Autumnal Equinox at 1:44 p.m. back on Sept. 22 a turbulent dust storm, followed by a welcome cleansing rain, rolled across the region.
And while the rest of early and mid fall was pleasant and very dry, as Bob Quinn, Eastern Washington University professor of meteorology predicted in October, pattern changes in early November would signal the opening of the door to a...
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