Promising for the St. Louis area to get Lake effect snows and some bitter cold Alberta clippers and or some sleety storms! XD I can ONLY hope!
Ennaedwyn St. Louis is right on the line of the bitter cold and alberta clippers and cold and some snowstorms that will have rain mixed in. Its a close call for St. Louis. But if I had to say now that St.Louis would have a combination of both situations but leaning more to just the snowstorms with rain mix in them. Hope this helps.
very accurate forecast weatherforecaster103
I pray its right.
I LOVE combos! I’m on the IL side of St. Louis, so I’m NOT going to be surprised if we get that mix as you mentioned. But does this take into account what El Nino will do? Just curious…
Yes it looks promising for Cleveland(knockin on wood as I type this) but after last year i’m not holding my breath. No offense to you weather forecaster
SC looks great .
No offence taken Ohio 5-O
Ennaedwyn can you clarify what your asking a little better. Im sorry i was up late last night looking at all the factors of this years El-Nino and the negative NAO.
Well, supposedly with El Nino – our summers are wetter in the midwest (farmers are hoping for El Nino…maybe the Jet Stream will move out of Canada and back to be where its suppose to be) but, the flip side of El Nino means that our winters will be drier. That is not to say we wouldn’t have snow or no snow at all, just less of it (but there are other influences that can effect El Nino and us getting freakishly cold and snowy weather)
La Nina does the flip side…nasty winters and dry summers (which is what we just got out of – supposedly from what I’ve read/gathered. It sent the Jet Stream north to Canada or “blocked it”, allowing a ridge of high pressure to stay aloft in the central midwest, whereas if the Jet Stream WAS in place, we’d be getting ALOT of moisture from the Gulf)
im in the bitter cold with lots of snow. i hope this pans out! last winter was a complete failure! But i agree. with lake michigan waters being 86 degrees and cold air from the north blowing off the warm lake michigan this winter will create monster lake effect snow storms where i live and tons of cash! And i once heard it all begins in the second part of october now im hearing it will begin in the first part of november. So the first part of October will be normal temp wise and above avg precip wise. and gonna get cold in the second part of october. with above avg precip still. and really fire up in november. i hope all this works out and i hope this cool new weather map pans out. Thank you weatherforecaster for the map.
Yes well El-Nino is going to form. Anyways I think areas in Illinois and the great lakes will bitterly cold this winter
Grandin Thanks for the compliment
I notice that weather advance in their video forecast predicted this el nino to do the exact same thing that La Nina did in 2010-2011, now how can that be?
How is it that both El Nino and La Nina both equal upper level high pressure ridging permanently stationed over the southwest and permanent troughing in the northeast, that doesn’t make sense at all, I thought those two anomalies were supposed to be polar opposites, and the first year of La Nina saw permanent ridging here in the west with warmer, waaaay drier than normal conditions, so why is it that weather advance is predicting this El Nino to do that exact same thing, with drier and warmer than normal across the entire southwest region, I see a bit of an inconsistency there.
If that really turned out like that, then you could kiss the platte rivers, arkansas river, colorado river and all other rivers that you all enjoy goodbye, because this forecasts suggest that everyone west of the central plains excluding the northwest would be in an eternal drought that no matter the weather anomaly will never end, and that El Nino and La Nina are one in the same.
What do all of you think of that?
Well no I think this El-Nino will something similar to the 2009-2010 El-Nino
I’m borderline with the blue and dark purple. If this winter is like 2010 or 2011 I’ll be happy either way! But really, there can’t be another winter like 2012.
i think the weather will b e cool for mid part of the fall and then we get back to spirng like pattern in november but when the el nino establish northern states will get warmth in late november or just stay average good part of fall and then the start of the winter, then we will get hit by big complex storms coming from the pacific we could be in the spuedo and dire warning or even domino effect so little change should be needed but if u want to be more percise or conservative listen to joe lunderberg or henry margusity they have all tools they have to find what are future will be liked or the near future and how it will unfold coming days and months have nice week i got stung by bee and i almost die can u guys pray for me thank you thank you very much, God loves you too bye.
@weather forecaster, if so, then it will not be dry or warm in Colorado, we had much below average temps and around average snowfall for DJF, and near record wet for New Mexico for the 2009-2010 winter, so in other words, there is hope for a better winter here.
@buddy, 2010-2011 was a disaster for so many in the southwest and southern plains, so be careful what you say about that year, many suffered horribly during these La Nina years, let’s hope they don’t come back with such strength for a while.
Any thoughts on weather in Maryland this winter? Hoping for lots of snow!! Last year was dissapointing..
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