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Originally posted by McGuirk
from what i have heard it is supposed to be as posted above, higher than average temperatures with normal precipitation, except with the higher than average temperatures, the snowfall would instead be rainfall.
also, i have noticed that the start of winter has been pushed back further and further. i have lived in northwest ohio my whole life, and i've noticed that the real onset of winter has now been really pushed back to late december as opposed to mid-late november as it was when i was young.
i mean hell last year we didnt even get any snow until christmas day.
from what i've heard snowfall this year will be minimal and most of it will not even stick.
i havent actually researched any of this, its based purely on personal observation.
Originally posted by Regenmacher
THE GREAT PLAINS - MIDWEST- THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
COAST AND THE EAST COAST HAVE EQUAL CHANCES OF WARMER-THAN... COOLER-THAN OR NEAR-NORMAL TEMPERATURES THIS WINTER.
I believe that this is a unique pattern, in other words it has never happened before. There are some characteristics to this new pattern that could very well end up in an exciting set up for storm systems. I am not sure what those pattern set ups will look like. What we do know is there is one very predominant feature in the Gulf of Alaska/northern Pacific Ocean and across Alaska. This is a deep trough that continuously regenerates week after week.