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November 14, 2022
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This handout provides information on the typical La Niña winter pattern; the La Niña outlook; potential winter and spring impacts; and comparisons of conditions during previous La Niña years for the Great Lakes region. Updated November 2022.

NOAA’s Regional Climate Services Program created these Outlooks to inform the public about climate impacts within their respective regions. Each regional report contains easy-to-understand language, and anyone can access them through the Drought Portal.

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November 14, 2022
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This handout provides information on the typical La Niña winter pattern; the La Niña outlook; potential winter and spring impacts; and comparisons of conditions during previous La Niña years for the Missouri River Basin region. Updated November 2022.

NOAA’s Regional Climate Services Program created these outlooks to inform the public about climate impacts within their respective regions. Each regional report contains easy-to-understand language, and anyone can access them through the Drought Portal.

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November 14, 2022
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This handout provides information on the typical La Niña winter pattern; the La Niña outlook; potential impacts; and comparisons of conditions during previous La Niña years for the Midwest U.S. Updated November 2022.

NOAA’s Regional Climate Services Program created these outlooks to inform the public about climate impacts within their respective regions. Each regional report contains easy-to-understand language, and anyone can access them through the Drought Portal.

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October 24, 2022
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Produced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Climate Change and Health Equity (OCCHE), the Climate and Health Outlook is an effort to inform health professionals and the public on how our health may be affected in the coming month(s) by climate events and provide resources to take proactive action. This Climate and Health Outlook provides, issued in October 2022, prospective forecasts for November 2022–January 2023, as well as a retrospective look at how heat and drought affected the U.S. in the summer of 2022.

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September 27, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Mid-Atlantic Region for June–August 2022. Dated September 2022.

Almost all of the watershed experienced temperatures within two degrees of normal, with most experiencing temperatures 0–2 degrees above normal. A few locations along the coast of Virginia, southern Maryland, central Pennsylvania, and southern New York experienced temperatures between 2 and 3 degrees above normal. 

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September 27, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for Alaska and Northwestern Canada for June–August 2022, with an outlook for October–December 2022. Dated September 2022. 

The early part of the summer saw record dry conditions that led to numerous and extensive wildfires. The second half of the summer saw excessive rainfall in many parts of the state. Most Yukon watersheds saw record snowpack in this past winter. This was followed by a colder than average spring, which signaled increased potential for flooding during the spring snowmelt season. 

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September 22, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Western Region for June–August 2022. Dated September 2022.

Temperatures were above normal across the entire West with many long-term stations in the top five warmest summers on record. Most of the West saw near-normal or above-normal precipitation this summer.

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September 20, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Southern Region for June–August 2022. Dated September 2022.

Summer started off dry and hot across most of the Southern region and stayed that way until mid-August. Weather conditions shifted in August, as a persistent ridge of high pressure gave way to deep tropical air from the southeast.

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September 19, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Great Lakes Region for June–August 2022. Dated September 2022.

June, July, and summer were within 1°C (2°F) of normal for most of the basins, with a few U.S. locations that were warmer. The overall basin saw 90% of average precipitation for summer, and all basins were drier than normal.

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September 19, 2022
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Missouri River Basin for June–August 2022. Dated September 2022.

Temperatures were above normal for the majority of the Missouri River Basin, with the greatest departures in the western parts of Kansas and Nebraska. Precipitation was above normal in Colorado and parts of Wyoming due to the Southwest Monsoon, while other isolated pockets of near-normal precipitation were present in the basin. Much of Kansas and Nebraska were well below normal, resulting in the intensification of drought conditions in those states.