Remember all that talk about how a lot of snow was needed to alleviate the drought griping parts of Minnesota and the rest of the U.S.? Forget it, it won’t make much difference, according to the state climatologist.
The DNR released this video interview with Greg Spoden this week, which pretty much leaves us wondering what’s the use?
Last year at this time, we had the least amount of snow cover in Minnesota in seven years. It was considered a bad thing.