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2014 Winter Weather Forecast / Prediction From LiveWeatherBlogs.com

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2014 Winter Weather Forecast / Prediction | Farmers Almanac

 

Here is a look at a 2014 winter weather forecast simular to the Old Farmers Almanac from liveweatherblogs.com

“The second half of the winter will see the big dip on the NAO. That dip will bring snow to the East & Ohio Valley. The NAO is called the North Atlantic Ocillation and it’s like the traffic cop for Lows and Highs in the East. It can slow or speed up a weather pattern and open the door for Arctic Cold air to areas East of the Mississippi.

Our thinking here at Liveweatherblogs.com is a west based weak to moderate El Nino to develop in late fall or early winter. This will keep the southern jet active and allow for the areas from California to Texas to the Mid Atlantic to have above average winter precipitation.

Areas with above snowfall would be the Southeast, Mid Atlantic, Deep South and Mountain Southwest including the Rockies in Colorado.
The Northeast will see near normal snowfall and that will extend back into the Ohio Valley. The Upper Midwest will be below normal snowfall due to the mainly southerly storm track this winter.
California will have above average rainfall and snowfall and even a few very big winter storms esp. along the coast. The Pacific Northwest will see near to slightly above average rainfall and snowfall.
I expect to see DC Baltimore & Philly with an average to a little above average snowfall and Chicago below normal.
Here is another winter weather prediction from weatheradvance.com

2014 Winter Weather Prediction From Weatheradvance.com

What are you expecting from the 2013 – 2014 winter?

 

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