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JOESTRADAMUS: WARM OCTOBER NOVEMBER NOT GOOD FOR COLD SNOWY WINTERS (NOVEMBER 1, 2017)

Discussion started by Joe Cioffi 2 weeks ago

WARM OCTOBER NOVEMBER EQUALS WARMER WINTER?

Winter weather lovers are wondering what if anything the warm October means going forward with regards to the winter. The stats on this really don't have much value however when you combine a warmer than average October with a warmer than average November you do get some evidence that it leads to a warmer winter with below average snowfall

THANKS TO MY FRIEND TONY GIGI FOR THESE STATISTICS

WARM OCTOBER NOVEMBER EQUALS WARMER WINTERS LESS SNOW

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In Philadelphia at least the statistics going back to 1900 are rather convincing.  Looking at the warmer October November combinations  of which there are 10 of then, it has resulted in below average snowfall in 9 of the 10 winters. With regards to temperatures it produced only 2 winters where the temperatures were below average with one right at average. Granted there are other factors involved and the sample is rather small with just 10 winters meeting the cut. 1 winter had a strong el nino and 2 had strong la nina conditions. The rest were neutral with a nino/nina bias in both directions. Also we are talking about 1 specific point here and not an entire region.

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2 weeks ago
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It's still very early in the game the cold is not building as well this fall but it is spreading faster. We could be in for a surorise winter. Also I believe that this winter will be just above normal when it comes to snow for the northeast area. NYC I'd say 42 inches, Philadelphia 31 D.C. 21

I gotta admit the stratospheric forcing is making the sun a bit less warmer. To sum things up we're right on schedule for winter. We just need upstate areas to get snow before us than we'll have a solid snowy winter. All you feens want snow in this website so have fun. And if everything works out well those snow estimates are on the low side!

Check your city snow totals?!

www.nerdwallet.com/blog/snowfall-totals-city/
2 weeks ago
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