How The High Snowpack Figures In Climate Science
The recent reports on snowpack in the region are encouraging.
In Southern Oregon, snowpack is way above what is considered normal for January.
But that's one month, and a lot can happen on the way to spring and summer.
We get an idea of how one season's weather--a season not yet complete--figures into the larger climate picture when Kathie Dello, Associate Director of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute, visits The Exchange.