AccuWeather says El Niño will bring lots of snow to Aspen — The Glenwood Springs Post Independent #ElNino

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FromThe Aspen Times (Scott Condon) via Glenwood Springs Post Independent:

[Steve] Root has one hell of a winter forecast for Aspen and the mountains of Colorado. It’s not hype, he said, just a look ahead based on evidence from the past…

Root said he sees the winter getting off slowly with lower than usual snowfall this month, but then it will hit with a vengeance. There will be somewhat a lull in mid-winter, then the “opportunity” for a second, prolific peak of snowfall in March and April.

Here are the eye-popping numbers from Root’s forecast:

* He forecasted snowfall 150 to 170 percent of average in November.

* He foresees December to start good and remain good through the holidays. The snowfall for the month will be 190 to 200 percent of average.

* The El Niño effect will likely “wane” in January and February, though Root’s definition…

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