NASA answers question, "Where's all the snow at?"

Scientists discuss snowfall research and other weather patterns

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Today a groundhog said there would be six more weeks of winter, and yet many of us here in the U.S. are wondering, "What winter?" Heck, it was close to 60 degrees yesterday at my house, and the only major snowfall we had was the freak October 30 snowstorm that took out three of my trees.

The good people at NASA, however, want us to relax. In this video, they discuss their snowfall research and show you that this is not a particularly abnormal year for snowfall.

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