The weather is getting more extreme, and it’s getting worse at a rapid pace.
The average number of days without sunshine is more than six times the average number in January, according to a report released today by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
In January, it was just 2.4 days, according the National Weather Service.
That’s higher than the record for January and the highest for any month since 1979.
It also marks the fifth straight month of higher-than-normal temperatures and snowfall.
And with more days without rain, the average temperature has dropped to 20 degrees below average for the month, and snowpack is down as much as 30 percent.
More than 80 percent of the land is covered by snow, according NOAA.
There is also a lot of water vapor in the air, which makes the air even more humid.
The average moisture content of the air is 1.5 times greater than average, and there are more than 1,200 inches of snowfall in the region.
The National Weather Center reports that the region has been hit hard by the devastating wildfires that have raged through the region, destroying tens of thousands of homes and displacing thousands of people.
While it’s too early to tell what will happen in the coming weeks, this year will see record-breaking precipitation, especially in the Pacific Northwest.
“We’re going to see a lot more snow in the future, with a lot less in the spring,” said Bob Lidholm, a meteorologist with the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
Lidholm says that if the snowpack stays at what it is now, it will mean the chance of a big snowstorm is greater in coming weeks.
“It’ll be a little bit more difficult to do snow showers and heavy snowfalls in spring and summer, but the odds are not too bad in the winter,” he said.
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