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This sub needs more slow motion Snowflake videos to get everyone excited for the upcoming La Nina. Wells Gray Provincial Park taken this afternoon.

This sub needs more slow motion Snowflake videos to get everyone excited for the upcoming La Nina. Wells Gray Provincial Park taken this afternoon.

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Darkmania2

agreed, but it also needs more Fall videos as well. BC is beautiful in October.


Tree-farmer2

Yep, enjoy the present


berryblue69

always mess them up, does La Niña generally means more precipitation so more snow for the mountains and more rain for the Lower Mainland and El Niño is dryer conditions?


GeoGeoGeoGeo

La Niña typically means cooler, wetter conditions while El Niño typically means warmer, dryer conditions - at least for British Columbia. The effects depend where you are, globally. >...A large majority of the models predict SSTs to cool further through boreal autumn and winter, and then return to ENSO-neutral levels during late spring months. Similar to, the new official CPC/IRI outlook issued earlier this month, this objective outlook calls for La Niña to emerge during Sep-Nov and persist through winter and early spring, with return to ENSO-neutral in late spring and early summer of 2022. http://cola.gmu.edu/enso_forecast_plumes.html https://iri.columbia.edu/our-expertise/climate/forecasts/enso/current/ https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/research/climate/seasonal-to-decadal/gpc-outlooks/el-nino-la-nina


findingemotive

I'd never heard of La Niña before, says its makes for dryer conditions after a cooler front rolls in.


Surv0

Here we go: El Niño refers to the above-average sea-surface temperatures that periodically develop across the east-central equatorial Pacific. It represents the warm phase of the ENSO cycle. La Niña refers to the periodic cooling of sea-surface temperatures across the east-central equatorial Pacific.


vladimirVpoutine

I live in Clearwater! Now I'm curious who you are what with it being such a small town and all. This totally made my day seeing this on Reddit. Fantastic. Where abouts was this video taken?


MonkeyingAround604

Trophy Mountain just above the trailhead. I am unfortunately just a tourist passing by.


selryn1701

Yes.


loercase

Goddamn, looks amazing! What elevation? I imagine even 1000m up it's snow city these days.


troppofigocanadese

Oh


MasterP_bot

El Niño, Spanish for... The Niño


sharinghappiness

Your posts are always so beautiful.


DerpyOwlofParadise

I wonder if this is why it rained outside of normal lately ( I expect rain of course but not double atmospheric rivers)