“A cold, stormy, snowy winter for many parts of the country.
Here are snippets of their forecast:
Midwest – Average temperatures six to nine degrees (F) colder than last winter.
Northeast – More storms and snow accumulation than usual, mostly in New York and New England. Temperatures about three to five degrees colder than last winter (but fewer sub-zero days than normal).
Southeast – Severe chills in mid-to-late January, potentially threatening citrus crops.
Note: Business Insider hastens to point out that this is “one report from one private (if very well-respected) meteorological group.” and wants us to “remember that trends can change.”
Thanks to Stephen Bird for this link
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