El Niño likely a no-show; another dry winter in store for Utah?
Drought » Indications don’t look good to meet hopes for wet winter.
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Julander said he had high hopes for the early winter storm that came in overnight Tuesday and promised to stick around a few days.
"There’s just no predictability in it," he said of the forecasts. "You’re left with hope and prayer."
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