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Originally posted by babybunnies
You want the best long term weather predictions, visit the Farmer's Almanac.
Originally posted by edgecrusher2199
The source for this is the Weather Space, meaning it has absolutely zero merit. The man behind that website, Kevin Martin, is a fraud. It does a major disservice to the weather community in general to even mention his name when talking about the weather. The man is a psycho that can't get over the fact that he isn't a meteorologist...he also wants very badly to be Secret Window era Johnny Depp. The National Weather Service had to issue a public statement on him in 2011.
I actually do know quite a bit about the weather. The pattern is a bit unusual for this time of the year, but nothing that hasn't been seen before. 1944 comes to mind, with freezing temps all the way down to Atlanta, Ga on May 4th.
Honestly, it probably will get a little colder for the areas outlined, buy highly doubtful on a major snowstorm...definitely not likely for a tornado outbreak. The ingredients will not be there. Anything can happen though...weather models across the board for the last year have missed a lot of things, so any weather predictions made passed the 5 day mark should be taken with a grain of salt.
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