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Snow Science: Long-Range Forecasting

12th August 2016 | Tim Shisler

A storm tracks across the Sierra Nevada. - ©NOAA

A storm tracks across the Sierra Nevada.

Copyright: NOAA

It's fifteen days until your big ski vacation and the long-range forecast is calling for sun and not the powder you've been dreaming about. Should you be worried? Hardly. Meterologist Joel Gratz explains why.

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