Andrew’s Weather Centre Predicts “frigid weather this winter” for 2013-2014 Season
We are exactly 107 days until the first day of winter which lands on Saturday December 21st and already we are looking into to predicting our 2013-2014 winter. After a slow start for many last year, many are hoping for a snowy season. One way we look into the next season is using Long Range Forecasting and analog data from years passed. Combined with extensive research and lots of work put together by a meteorologist, a Winter Weather Forecast can be placed out well far-out in advance.
Last week, we showed you Farmers Almanac Winter Forecast which noted frosty temperatures and a rather above snowfall pattern for much of the season. This week, highly credible and well-known forecaster based out of the Great Lakes Andrew at Andrew’s Weather Centre released his 2013-2014 Winter Weather Forecast on Saturday August, 31. Andrew’s past long-range forecasts have been showed on nationwide networks such as Huffington Post, Toronto Star, and Yahoo; just to name a few.
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***TO VIEW ANDREW’S CITY-BY-CITY FORECASTS FOR MOST NATIONAL CITIES, CLICK HERE***
This year, Andrew took into account the changing sea surface temperatures, solar cycle, sunspot activity, precipitation and temperature anomalies, forecast model data, as well as a lot of knowledge and experience. Overall, his forecast is showing a colder then average Eastern United States (mainly east of the Mississippi River) with above-average snowfall in the Great Lakes. ”I would not be surprised to see multiple substantial snow events for cities like Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland, Indianapolis, and even Green Bay.”, said Andrew. However, no forecast is ever set in stone. ”It should be noted that there is potential for this cold to be delayed until the second half of winter, should the fall pattern turn out warmer than expected.”, said Andrew. Last year, alike other forecasting sites failed on the first half of winter ,but predicted the second half of winter with great success to at least a 60% accuracy rating. Please click on the links above for a more detailed forecast.
We will post new updates as forecasts continue to be released. These winter forecasts are likely to change over time. As we get closer to winter, the accuracy rating on these forecasts naturally increases. Make sure to subscribe and Like/Share this article to others. Don’t forget Storm Central’s Winter Forecast will be released Mid/Late October. Stay tuned to Storm Central for more information and the latest forecasts.