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Highly Accurate(?) Guide to This Coming Winter

Conan

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Globally, it’s now virtually certain that 2015 will be the hottest year in history. That’s a pretty remarkable thing to be able to say with more than four months of the year remaining. Last week data from NASA and the Japan Meteorological Agency confirmed that last month was the hottest July on record, joining every month so far this year except February and April as the warmest ever measured, according to calculations from Japan. As of mid-August, the Pacific Ocean had configured itself into an unprecedented temperature pattern, with record-setting warm water stretching from the equator all the way northward to Alaska. Thanks to the pattern’s expected persistence, we can already piece together a pretty good guess of the implications—months ahead of time.
http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slat...ow_what_s_coming.html?wpsrc=sh_all_mob_em_bot
 

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I've seen another very cold winter predicted.
 

Conan

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I've seen another very cold winter predicted.

The forecast as I read it is for

...continued record highs in the Northwest U.S. and Alaska (and a corresponding lack of snow in the Western ski areas),

...ample snow in Colorado,

...for the Northeast, not as cold as last year but plenty of Nor'easter snowstorms.

Florida's drought continues -- good for tourists but bad for its fresh water supply.
 

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Imagine what next summer will be like :eek: .... and I AM a scientist.
 
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