St. George, UT)  --  Utah's winter is forecast to be warm and dry due to a third consecutive year of La Nina conditions.  Scientists who presented at a Tuesday meeting say a normal La Nina winter brings unusually dry weather to most of the southern part of the U.S. along with more cold and snow to the northwest.  This is the first time this century for three straight La Nina winters.

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