Winter in the U.S. to Be Warmer on Average

By Paul Riegler on 18 October 2018
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DSC_0798The meteorological winter of 2018-2019, which starts December 1, will be warmer and dryer than usual, according to many weather forecasters.

Meteorologists are predicting above-average temperatures in much of the country, in part because an El Niño is forecast for late fall and early winter. This will keep cold air masses from lingering in the North.

The Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts above-average temperatures throughout the country except in the Southwest, while other forecasters believe it will be significantly warmer in the Pacific Northwest and in the Northeast, while it’s basically a toss-up in the rest of the country.

The South will see more precipitation this winter while other areas are expected to see less of the white stuff.

Of course, this all depends on the strength of El Niño, as other forecasters are saying to expect a warmer and drier Southwest and a colder Northeast.

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