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What could be the environmental impacts of Colorado's dry fall and winter this year?

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Stephanie Daniel
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KUNC

Colorado’s Front Range has been abnormally warm and dry this fall, heading into winter. Although some snowfall is expected later this week, many Coloradans are wondering what the rest of winter is going to be like.

For more on snow and how it’s impacting the environment, we spoke with Becky Bolinger, the assistant state climatologist with the Colorado Climate Center at Colorado State University.

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