Results tagged with 'la nina'
Published Jan. 17, 2013
Our winter is a part of our identity. It's part of what we sell to people to come to Wisconsin. It's how we try to make people think that sub-zero wind chill is a joyous event that we can all celebrate with a romp in a snowbank followed by hot chocolate or spiced rum and a roaring fire. But where, oh where, has our winter gone?
Published Oct. 11, 2011
Channel 12 was promoting coverage of a really advanced forecast about a particularly bad winter, and I thought we were crossing a new line in Stormageddon coverage. ... Aaron Rodgers on ESPN's "E:60" at 6 tonight. ... Cher cheers on Chaz on DWTS.
Published Jan. 6, 2009
At the start of winter we heard that the lack of a La Nina could spell a drier season than last year and the result was the second snowiest December on record. Now, there's talk that a La Nina has formed out in the Pacific and that it could change our weather. So, I called Dale Mohler, a meteorologist at AccuWeather in State College, Penn., to get his take on where this winter is going.