AccuWeather forecasts rough winter for U.S.

“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.”

http://www.businessinsider.com/accuweather-forecast-winter-snow-2016-9

Thanks to Stephen Bird for this link

“I’d suggest preparing for Armagedon,” says Stephen. “I have.”

13 thoughts on “AccuWeather forecasts rough winter for U.S.”

  1. Winter storm warnings for parts of Manitoba and snowfall warning for Parts of Saskatchewan.

    MANITOBA

    9:05 PM CDT Tuesday 04 October 2016
    Winter storm warning in effect for:

    Flin Flon Cranberry Portage and Grass River Prov. Park, Snow Lake and Herb Lake Landing, Leaf Rapids, Lynn Lake, Pukatawagan, Nelson House, South Indian Lake and Amisk Prov. Park, Split Lake and York Landing and Thompson Thicket Portage and Pikwitonei regions

    Significant amounts of snow are expected.

    30 to 50 cm (11.8″ to 19.7″) of heavy wet snow expected tonight through Thursday night.

    A major low pressure system in southern Manitoba has spread heavy rain into central and northern Manitoba. On the northern edge of the precipitation, arctic air drawn into the system has changed the precipitation to heavy snow in Lynn Lake as well as areas in and north of Flin Flon and Thompson. The snow will continue through Wednesday and Thursday before tapering off Thursday night.

    Final accumulations will be highly variable due to melting. However, current indications are that 30 to 50 cm is likely by Thursday night. The cities of Flin Flon and Thompson themselves should see lesser final amounts as warmer temperatures linger into Wednesday.

    Strong northeasterly wind gusts to 80 km/h will also accompany the system and persisting through Thursday.

    SASKATCHEWAN

    4:38 PM CDT Tuesday 04 October 2016
    Snowfall warning in effect for:

    Candle Lake Prov. Park and Narrow Hills Prov. Park, Hwy 165 between Hwys 2 and 914 including Pinehouse Lake, Lac la Ronge Prov. Park including La Ronge, Montreal Lake and Molanosa, Prince Albert Nat. Park, Cumberland House, Hanson Lake Road between Hwys 165 and 135, Hanson Lake Road east of Hwy 135 including Creighton, Hwy 135 including Pelican Narrows and Sandy Bay, Seabee Mine and Southend – Brabant Lake – Kinoosao regions

    A long period of snowfall, with total amounts of 20 to 30 cm (7.9″ to 11.8″) is expected.

    Heavy snow is expected to continue over portions of northeastern Saskatchewan until Thursday. Pelican Narrows region will see a further 5 to 10 cm (2.0″ to 3.9″) of snow overnight tonight. The snow will start in earnest in the La Ronge region and Southend on Wednesday. 10 to 20 cm (3.9″ to 7.9″) of snow is expected to fall in these areas of Saskatchewan on Wednesday with an additional 5 to 10 cm of snow overnight into Thursday morning. Conditions are expected to gradually improve on Thursday as the system weakens and moves further to the east.

    Other snowfall warnings for central to southwestern parts of Saskatchewan for up to 15 cm (5.9″).

    As well, a snowfall warning for southeastern Alberta for up to 15 cm and frost advisories for all of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island (on top of tropical cyclone advisories).

  2. New record lows set in parts of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island.

    NEW BRUNSWICK

    AWCN14 CWHX

    Weather summary for New Brunswick issued by Environment Canada at 3:39 a.m. ADT Tuesday 4 October 2016.

    Discussion.

    The following stations set a daily minimum temperature record on October 3, 2016:

    Bouctouche
    New record of -1.3 C (29.7 F)
    Old record of 0.3 C (32.5 F) set in 1997
    Records in this area have been kept since 1965

    Edmundston
    New record of -3.2 C (26.2 F)
    Old record of -3.0 C (26.6 F) set in 2002
    Records in this area have been kept since 1914

    Miscou Island
    New record of 0.8 C (33.4 F)
    Old record of 3.9 C (39.0 F) set in 1971
    Records in this area have been kept since 1957

    Note: the temperature records reported here have been derived from a selection of historical stations in each geographic area that were active during the period of record.

    Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

    End/ASPC

    NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

    AWCN16 CWHX

    Weather summary for Newfoundland issued by Environment Canada at 5:42 a.m. NDT Tuesday 4 October 2016.

    Discussion.

    The following stations set a daily minimum temperature record on October 3, 2016:

    Terra Nova (National Park)
    New record of -0.2 C (31.6 F)
    Old record of 0.0 C (32.0 F) set in 1975
    Records in this area have been kept since 1962

    Twillingate
    New record of 1.5 C (34.7 F)
    Old record of 1.7 C (35.1 F) set in 1959
    Records in this area have been kept since 1950

    Note: the temperature records reported here have been derived from a selection of historical stations in each geographic area that were active during the period of record.

    Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

    End/NLWO

    PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

    AWCN15 CWHX

    Weather summary for Prince Edward Island issued by Environment Canada at 3:37 a.m. ADT Tuesday 4 October 2016.

    Discussion.

    The following station set a daily minimum temperature record on October 3, 2016:

    Summerside
    New record of 0.5 C (32.9 F)
    Old record of 1.1 C (34.0 F) set in 1947
    Records in this area have been kept since 1898

    Note: the temperature records reported here have been derived from a selection of historical stations in each geographic area that were active during the period of record.

    Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

    End/ASPC

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/weathersummaries_e.html

  3. GOD sends the hoarfrost to shut men indoors and make them them consider their ways. Job of old new what we need now. the climate warmists use it to flees the general population!

  4. What they didn’t add, was this winter will not be a single flash in the pan winter, and the ones following it will return to the same temp levels as that experienced during the 2015/2016 winter.
    The following eight winters will be humdingers, each one deeper and longer than the previous.
    As the next solar cycle rises towards a very low solar max the group of winters around SC25 Solar Max may well return to being less harsh, but with a quick return to extreme on the decline of the cycle to the start of SC26.
    In Europe, the harshest of the Winters “in living memory” occur on the decline of the solar cycle, once the Wolf full sized sun spot average falls below 25 per month, we have been at that level and below for most of this Le Nino affected Summer. I suspect it our turn to pay the piper!

  5. my friend in sth dakota just replaced his walls n insulated them, reckon he will be very very glad he did this coming winter

  6. When I walked out in front of house this morning, 5.30 still dark, I look up, and the sky is already full of white hazy streaks of climate engineering. There is a eerie lack of insects, just walked 6-8 miles in an along fields, gullys,water ways, ditches looking for stone age artifacts. So far this last month and a half when there should be bugs in my eyes ears nose an throat when I walk these areas theres nothing but mosquitos. This summer I have saw almost all insect species in my gardens and in my hay come out and die off 2-3 weeks later, Good and bad ones. I just talked with Ontario resident last night, same up there, a severe lack of bugs. Watch your yard light lately? I have almost nothing and its not cold here yet. I have only a very few small flocks of black birds spotted in my area, there has always been massive flocks streaming south all during september/oct, they are not here. I have no birds taking from feeders yet, and winters coming? Yet I sit here for 2 hrs.this morning and and watch the skies go from stars to white haze with all these streaks and they just did such a big one right above, it’s not even deniable . Not caused by global warming or cooling, not meridonal currents or solar cloud forcing, no volcanos here in IL. so that can’t be heating the ground killing the trees. the air here is hazy all the time now, humid or not, and this day is no exception, more black sht. all over everything when it rains. I see the eco system rapidly dying from the bottom up. You have much more concern now than thawing ice or growing glaciers, every one and your children and future generations will not be able to clean this up. You can deni all you want but we all live in the same little shell, breath the same air, drink water, eat food grown in the soil, absorb sunlight for vitamins and you are being robbed of that and your future. There will be no clean places left after billions are depopulated, and any remaining slaves will be told of the cagw cliff that destroyed the industrial era people, never to be allowed to happen again, because they now have proof of that carbon footprint laid down by evil man. Sound like some stone monuments we know of?

  7. It looks like the Great North West is left out again.

    We are part of North America aren’t we.

    Why doesn’t anyone ever spend time on our weather and supply us with forecasts that matters.

    Really am feeling like a redheaded step child.

    1. I agree Craig. I like how there is a magical green line at the WA/ID border. I’ll have to remember that when my furnace is running like those next door in Idaho this Autumn/Winter.

  8. It’s springtime in Brazil, but is still cold! Temperatures in São Paulo are 3/4 degrees celsius below normal for more than 2 weeks, and the weather is cloudy. the temperatures are below normal since Santa Catarina till south of Amazonas state.

  9. Here in Sacramento, California, it is already colder than I can remember for October, more typical of November, feels like winter is coming a month earlier than usual.

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