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.
Here is the link to the complete story: https://www.accuweather.com/en/winter-weather/accuweathers-2020-2021-us-winter-forecast/818601?utm_campaign=AccuWeather&utm_content=&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR2fLL-TJrh4wznAa16VN2wxhpkeVR29n9ANCFeL7PO1VR_20LQAJPjdyy4
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