First of all i’m going to talk about my predictions of el nino first.
Now first of all, yeah hurricane sandy was a bad one here in southeast virginia. What’s crazy is another Nor’Easter is scheduled for this week and could be almost as bad as last week’s storm. That’s already telling me, I think this winter will bring many storms to come this winter. Then, if we keep getting cold front after cold front bombarding the east coast and stuff, I think there will be some major Nor’Easters causing great heavy amounts of snowfall. Whopping amounts will happen in the deep south, southeast, mid-atlantic/Northeast(including virginia), and lake effect for the northern mid west and even storms coming from deep west could set some snowstorms for the midwest. Then, if storm continue to combine like how sandy combined with a storm from the west, these storms will be so big, that midwest may feel impacts anyway, and it seems to me that when two storms combine, the overall storm potentials and powerfulness increases and intensity of snowfall may get stronger during these winter storms. I mean, it was already getting in the 30s and 40s in the morning in early october here in Virginia! So imagine in December how bad it’s gonna be with storms and cold fronts combining. We may see times where Nor’easter after Nor’easter could keep walloping the east coast. I think this winter could be very bad for the southeast, deep south, midatlantic, and northeast. According to Farmersalmanac virginia’s part of the northeast and it’s like northeast and midatlantic so it’s all one combined region, but yeah those regions: Southeast, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Deep South I believe could be impacted by major snowfall all winter and it’s not gonna be pretty for snowhaters. Snowlovers around these regions above will be really enjoying a treat and I’ll be very happy! Then el nino i’ve heard looks so impressive which was in August, that we could set record snowfalls and I heard it’s proven that whenever the southeast, northeast, and mid-atlantic have had el nino after a la nina year, they’ve set really high snowfalls. And i’ve seen i remember in the summer i posted this winter website they said that this winter could bring storms of what i’d say substantial snow amounds. Because we had a la nina last year and this year looks el nino and the amounts were staggering in history with some places that ended up getting like 70 inches of snowfall and stuff like that!
Then, the hurricane recently hurricane sandy was intensifying when it went in warmer waters near the mid-atlantic accross the ocean from virginia and when waters are warm on the east coast that’s a sign of el nino i believe, and that could be signaling that hey, this winter is gonna have some strong snowstroms and even blizzards for the eastcoast so get ready, because it will be a crazy snowy, cold, blizzardy winter. It will only be 49 degrees over here today already! I’ll be forecasting some more soon. Here’s some more info:
1. there were tons upon tons of woolly worms crossing roads last month, and not to mention they were super fat and they had like black and that signals a cold snowy winter some were bands of brown which may really send a strong sense for a cold, snowy winter this winter.
2. There’s a big bush type plant i have where animal food grew on it and i’ve never see that happen too much before.
3. I don’t know if you guys know this, but when lots of bugs are in your house it’s sure sign of a cold snowy winter. There have been outrageous amounts of bugs in my house and i’ve seen outside where bugs are making webs like gynormous gigantic spider webs stretching probably feet and i heard when they build there webs high, it’s a sign of a lot of snow coming and one built a web on my house which the web might have been atleast 12 feet high! So things are coming together and i can feel that this winter will be no joke when it comes to heavy snows and cold temperatures. Stay tuned for more!