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Oct 29 2010

Dante' Brown-Royal

Winter May Be Showing Its Cards, And It May Puzzel some who are predicting a Typical La Nina!

I thought that this was going to happen and it is. Things are not typical for this year, nothing is coming out normal. I though for a moment that I was the only one noticing the weird pattern setting up so far. One that is not prone during a la nina year. Here is Accuweather’s Henry Margusity on this strange pattern and the possibility of changing his winter forecast.

PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE NOT MY WORD’S THEY ARE ACCUWEATER’S Henry Margusity’S

“One Last Wild Day of Wind, Snow and Severe Storms. Winter Forecast May Have Issues.

Here’s what concerns me. The weather pattern this October is not what I expected to see and that has implications for the winter forecast. Typically, the pattern in October tends to telegraph the winter pattern. So if you take the current pattern and extrapolate that forward, one would think that the snowy areas are going to be in two areas. One area in the East where storms hit the coast and explode and the other is the Midwest. I am not saying this will happen; it’s just a concern I have right now. Let me say one thing. I think in all the winter forecasts being issued, we are assuming the typical La Nina pattern, but the pattern has not been behaving like the typically La Nina pattern. Southern California has had more rain then ever, extreme storms are hitting the Upper Midwest and next week and we have a major coastal storm developing and record heat running around the country. These are all things that one would not find in the typical La Nina pattern. So I think over the next couple of weeks, I am really going to take a look at things and may have to make an major update to the winter forecast.”

I WILL HAVE MORE ON THIS IN A VIDEO LATER !

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Dante' Brown-Royal

Dante' Brown-Royal

Hello, I am Dante' the CEO/President of Weather Advance. I most of the time specialize in Winter Weather and winter forecasting. I also am pretty decent in predicting severe weather and tracking hurricanes. Howevere usually that's not my forte. I will strive to always give you the most accurate updates possible, and information possible when it comes to the weather!

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