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Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast

 
ISO

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09/17/2011 12:31 AM

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Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
Oh KEVIN! I have a question for you....

Accuweather predicts a VERY heavy snow season for the midwest and northeast. As seen in this article w/map.
[link to www.accuweather.com]

What is your opinion?
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09/17/2011 12:48 AM

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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
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Rise Above The Fear

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09/17/2011 12:55 AM
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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
Oh KEVIN! I have a question for you....

Accuweather predicts a VERY heavy snow season for the midwest and northeast. As seen in this article w/map.
[link to www.accuweather.com]

What is your opinion?
 Quoting: ISO


This forecast is old...Aug 9th now they are saying la Nina is gaining strenth...hope not!
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09/17/2011 12:59 AM
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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
Oh KEVIN! I have a question for you....

Accuweather predicts a VERY heavy snow season for the midwest and northeast. As seen in this article w/map.
[link to www.accuweather.com]

What is your opinion?
 Quoting: ISO


my opinion is that weather cant be forecast today for the next winter. no computer and no human can do that. its best to wait and see. to many different variables.
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09/17/2011 01:01 AM
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Yeah... a little out of date. La Nina is forecasted to become moderate now. I know in general it is usually chilly and snowy from the Great Lakes west to PacNW. Dry and mild in the south. Wet in the Ohio River Valley, and variable on the East coast.
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09/17/2011 01:02 AM

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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
In Oklahoma we have had actual "blizzards" the last couple years and of course the big ice storm a few years ago.....definitely NOT the norm for us! (IMO)

Although I figured the opposite of what the map suggest....
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09/18/2011 03:27 PM
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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
Oh KEVIN! I have a question for you....

Accuweather predicts a VERY heavy snow season for the midwest and northeast. As seen in this article w/map.
[link to www.accuweather.com]

What is your opinion?
 Quoting: ISO


my opinion is that weather cant be forecast today for the next winter. no computer and no human can do that. its best to wait and see. to many different variables.
 Quoting: Domov


You definitely can give probabilities, due to current weather patterns, ocean oscillations, and ocean temps for example. The disconnect here is people hear meteorologists and think he is speaking facts, when he is speaking in probabilities.

Speaking of La Nina, last weeks ocean watch the ensembles have La Nina as low as -.05 to -2.7. Still, the general La Nina pattern is all that different than that map. The heavy show in the Mountain west and Great Plains would be a bit farther north. While in the Great Lakes region it would be a little farther south. The drought will continue in Texas. Flooding in the Northern Plains and the Northern Rockies will occur as well.

I EXPECT ANOTHER ACTIVE WINTER TORNADO SEASON.
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09/18/2011 04:12 PM
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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
I'm looking forward to an awesome fall, winter and spring here in South Florida. Hurricanes appear to continue to shun us, we've had a very hot but also wet, late summer and the nights are beginning to dip into the seventies. Eight months of bliss ahead!
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09/19/2011 02:58 PM
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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
CFS.v2 Ensemble was released today, and it shows more and more models every week going lower...Now it is down to -2.1, with the average being about -1.5. Which is similar to last years La Nina event.

CFS.v1 Ensemble only takes La Nina down to -1.3, but holds La Nina conditions much long than CFS.v2. Which has ENSO neutral conditions starting April to June. Where CFS.v1 takes into the summer of 2012.
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09/19/2011 03:03 PM
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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
Well, seeing that where I am in N.east, summer went into weather like the end of October, I'm kind of expecting another snowy winter...aghhhhh. Last year was very tough for me..I was outside every 3 days shoveling all day !!! Was hoping we would have a warmer winter...
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09/19/2011 03:51 PM

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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
This is the long term forecast for England, all I can say is I hope it's wrong.

[link to www.exactaweather.com]
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09/19/2011 05:37 PM
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Re: Winter 2011-2012 long term snow forecast
This is the long term forecast for England, all I can say is I hope it's wrong.

[link to www.exactaweather.com]
 Quoting: alexisj9


What was your winter like last year? Cuz it will likely be similar.

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