NOAA Calls For A Warm Winter In The South

NOAA’s 2013-14 Winter Outlook

Nov 21, 2013

warmer-than-average temperatures this winter are expected from the Desert Southwest into the Southern Plains and Deep South.

NOAA’s 2013-14 Winter Outlook  Mild South – Save Money This Winter

Two weeks later, the US appears headed for possibly the coldest December on record.

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10-Day Temperature Outlook for the Conterminous U.S.

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8 Responses to NOAA Calls For A Warm Winter In The South

  1. Bob Greene says:

    It’s hard to make predictions, especially about the future. As a wise man once said. Yogiism?

    • Ernest Bush says:

      In recent years NOAA gets it right about as often as the British Met Office. This week we are way below the average temps for Yuma this week, whatever average is. We have not set any record lows, but then the record low for today was set in 1891, when it hit 29 degrees overnight. We haven’t come within 8 degrees of that, but I have hope for a white Christmas here, yet.

      Weather Underground says it will be in the low 70’s by the end of the week. They have been wrong about temps for the last two weeks. That’s what gives me hope, lol.

  2. Svend Ferdinandsen says:

    It is because the melting ice in the Arctic use a lot of energy to melt, so naturally the air gets cold.

  3. It would be fun to see their model / ouija board, and its S/N ratio.

  4. Andy Oz says:

    But all that climate change is creating more jobs!! Alarmists who don’t want climate change are ” job deniers!!”

  5. Gamecock says:

    NOAA’s 2013-14 Winter Outlook

    Useless chatter. No one does anything different due to the forecast. It’s like horoscopes in the newspaper.

  6. kuhnkat says:

    I’m just devastated. The Prince has had to pull out of Antarctica also. Isn’t it supposed to be summer down there??


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