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A more southerly Pacific jetstream shaped by El Niño leads forecasters to predict a wetter and cooler south and a drier and warmer north across the United States this winter.
While the warm sea surface temperatures in the central and eastern Pacific are the strongest signal defining the 2009-2010 winter outlook issued by the Climate Prediction Center of the National Weather Service, forecasters are not expecting a strong El Niño. The moderate conditions that continue to take hold across the equator lead forecasters to predict only modest departures from normal seasonal weather patterns a
Originally posted by Aggie Man
Wow, it looks like we might have a white Christmas in Texas this year.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport had recorded 12.5 inches by Friday morning. It was the greatest 24-hour total in the Dallas/Fort Worth area since 12.1 inches fell January 15, 1964, the National Weather Service said.