Snow or No?

Will the snow stick?

Kyle Adams, Senior Editor

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This November has been warm, one of the warmest on record in the lower 48. Last night’s snow storm however shows a possible break in this cycle. The question is… will the snow stick?

So far the weather forecast for the next week or so says it will be either sunny or rainy, and considering that snow rarely sticks long unless the ground underneath it is frozen, we may have to wait until December for a substantial accumulation of snow.

Wednesday, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that snow cover in the Lower 48 reached the lowest extent on record for the entire month of November. This means that the lower 48 has had less snowfall overall this November than we normally get during the first week or so.

Spa senior Mikala Gonzales is very excited for the snow.

“I’m so happy! I’m so so happy!” Gonzales said. “I am ready for summer to be over.”

Her wish may not be granted however. Although December is approaching, summer and fall weather might not be over quite yet.

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