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Fall 2021 featured warmer than average temperatures and varying amounts of precipitation across the region. Precipitation was below average in northwest Wisconsin, and generally above or around average in northeast Minnesota. Snowfall up to December 1 was below normal, but after the early December storm, that trend has reversed for some areas.

The CPC is forecasting equal chances to above average probabilities for warmer than normal temperatures and precipitation. This may lead to further drought improvements across the region.

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