We had another round of winter weather Monday morning.

The National Weather Service recently put out a new update on the winter precipitation outlook.

The trends show that we are leaning towards an above average year for precipitation this winter.

While they still have the temperature outlook as above average, this should still bode well for winter snowpack.

When KPVI asked about what that means for winter sports, Warning Coordination Meteorologist Tim Axford, replied; "I will say that those people headed to the mountains to ski and snowmobile, and all that, they'll still have plenty of snow in the mountains to do all that."

While this is good for winter sports lovers, the replenishment of snowpack and aquifers are very important to the agricultural sector in Southeast Idaho.

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