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Last Map Update: Tue, Oct. 20, 2020 at 3:55:17 am CDT

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With La Nina conditions expected to prevail throughout the upcoming winter, warmer than normal temperatures will likely dominate the southern half of the country. While cold outbreaks into Texas will still occur, La Nina winters tend to have fewer winter weather events.
La Nina winters tend to be drier than normal across the southern tier of states. As a result, drought conditions are likely to develop. In addition, the abundant growth during our wet spring and wet September will both contribute to an enhanced wildfire threat, particularly after the first freeze of the season.

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