Late 2013 Precipitation Below Normal As Region Heads Into Prime Snowpack Accumulation Period

A late summer deluge soaked the Pacific Northwest but precipitation has been considerably less than recent decades’ average ever since as the region heads into what is its all-important wintertime snow/water supply accumulation period, according to latest issue of the PNW Climate Impacts and Outlook produced by the Climate Impacts Resource Consortium.

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