A new release from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration suggests that Wyoming may be in for a slightly warmer than normal winter.
A mild winter may actually be in store for much of the United States, thanks to a dose of El Nino. The weather pattern is expected to produce warmer, and drier conditions throughout the northern United States.
As far as precipitation, most of Wyoming, including Fremont County falls into the “normal” range. Northern Wyoming, including some areas of the Big Horn Mountains, are expected to remain “drier than normal.” The southern United States could see more precipitation than normal through February.
Meanwhile, the NOAA warns that drought conditions through the central Rockies could continue throughout the winter months.
You can check out the full report here.