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Winter forecast from AccuWeather:

Here are some highlights for the northeast from AccuWeather's winter forecast:

  • According to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, La Niña officially developed by early September and is forecast to continue through the winter months.

  • “Another overall mild winter is possible for much of the eastern U.S.," Pastelok said, referring how temperatures will compare to the 30-year averages in many places. However, he expects "near-normal snowfall across much of New England.”

  • ...the season will be bookended by cold and snowy conditions with a pause in the wintry weather in the middle of the season.

  • “A big turn" is expected around the middle of the season as temperatures are predicted to rise and snowfall should decrease, Pastelok said.

  • A period of stormy and snowy weather may occur later in February or March as nor'easters can develop and impact the region, Pastelok cautioned.

  • Even with the potential for some big snow events, the season as a whole is forecast to finish with near- to- below-average snowfall for much of the Northeast.

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