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Originally posted by Blaine91555
reply to post by jrmcleod
We are having a very snowy winter in Anchorage, Alaska this year. Right now the temperatures are pretty normal for January.
One thing I've noticed while watching in the 11 years I've been here, is that whenever it's warmer and mild in the NY area, it's cold and more stormy here. When the weather is bad in the NY area, it's generally a sign of mild nice weather here. I can almost predict the weather here watching the NY area weather.
We started with a couple of weeks at 20 to 30 degrees (Fahrenheit) below normal here in November, then it went to above normal temps in December and now its back to normal temps. However the last two months last year had record snowfall amounts.
If what you say is true and my observations are correct about this, it should get far warmer here at the same time and the snow will stop.
Here though nothing is truly normal. At any time it can drop to below zero and then go to above 40 the next day, even in January.