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Weather Pattern on West Coast Last Few Years

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Instead of getting weather patterns out of the NW bringing rain and snow, the usual pattern is generally a warm front going North and paralleling the West coast and not coming West again until it reaches Northern Washington or British Columbia. That pushes the normal NW pattern further North (making it colder and snowier) and it then drops SW into the middle part of the country from roughly Montana to Minnesota. Rougher Winter there. Usually gives Oregon a milder Winter unless the North flowing pattern is a bit further inland then any Western push against the Cascades Mt chain delivers HEAVY snow in Oregon/Washington. Luckily that doesn't happen too often. This new pattern leaves No Cal with less rain resulting in drought conditions.

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