Monday, January 9, 2012

Record breaking cold winter forecast by "experts"

Hey, remember the "Extreme cold winter" forecast back in July?  No?  Well, that's what I'm here for.

Our weather models consider all of these factors and are currently showing a particularly harsh winter for many parts of the US during 2011-2012. Large parts of Central and North America will face below average temperatures with above average snowfall throughout this winter, with temperatures in many Eastern and Western parts also showing as below average with above average snowfall amounts. 

We expect the Pacific Northwest region to experience a very severe winter and the Cascades snowpack is likely to see increased levels due to the negative (cold) phase of PDO. Our weather models are also showing an increased likelihood for major snow events in Northeastern and Midwestern parts of the US throughout December 2011 and January 2012, that could see severe blizzard conditions hit New York City and Chicago. 

With low solar activity levels, the negative Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO), and the general trend for a much colder winter after the onset of last year’s La Niña, this winter could prove to be a record breaker with extremely cold temperatures and exceptional levels of snow for many parts of the US. More here:
Yes, the OLLLLLLL "Pacific Decadal Oscillation" (PDO.)  I call it the "LOC" (load of crap.)

But nice forecast, way to go, geniuses.  I just posted this in case the media got amnesia and forgot to follow up on their initial "report."  I'm a helper like that.

Hey, let me guess, the extreme cold winter forecast blamed global warming took global warming into account, right?

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