chescowx Posted October 26, 2016 Report Share Posted October 26, 2016 Let's start this little thread off with a forecast overview from the fine folks at Weatherbell Analytics For here in the Northeast they have a warmer than normal front half and colder back half of winter. However, the Nov/Dec start colder than last year (not that I would call that sticking your neck out). Overall in our area above normal snowfall for the season (from first flake to last). General thoughts as follows "We are concerned that winter is going to get underway during the month of November, at least in a back and forth fashion. The JMA model sticks a trough over the Northeast in December and there is plenty of concern about that. For now we are focusing more on December than November as the "start" of winter. In the end this winter will be more like 2013-14 and 2014-15 as far as centering cold over the East and Midwest and not across the South. There is low probability of the core of cold being in the West." Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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