By Chris Spears
DENVER (CBS4) – NOAA released their December weather outlook on Wednesday and it’s calling for an abrupt change from the warm, dry conditions experienced in October and November.READ MORE: 'Going To Take Some Time': Community Gathers To Remember Victims, Heal Together After Olde Town Arvada Shooting
A large part of the nation, including Colorado, has the chance to see a wetter-than-normal month ahead.READ MORE: Water Quality Control Commission Votes Down Proposal To Allow More Pollution In Colorado Waterways
NOAA’s outlook also calls for below normal temperatures for the western third of the United States.
After a slow start to the snow season the prospect of a snowy pattern is excellent news for Colorado’s high country where statewide snowpack was only 64 percent of the median as of November 30.MORE NEWS: Colorado Woman Cassondra Stratton Missing After Miami Condo Collapse