Fall outlook includes higher temps, more precipitation
GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The National Weather Service's latest fall outlook predicts a slightly better than average chance of above normal temperatures and precipitation above the long-term average, as well.
The service's Climate Prediction Center has updated the official three-month outlook for September through November, noting that the transition from last year's El Niño to a La Niña for this fall and winter season is complete.
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