Official Preliminary Winter 2012-2013 Outlooks have been Released!


I expect Temperatures To be Bellow Average in the Majority of The Eastern Half Of The United States and for temperatures to be slightly above average in the Pacific Southwest!

For more detailed information and a weather video on this please wait until July 21st! Thanks!

Dante' Brown-Royal

About 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!

16 comments on “Official Preliminary Winter 2012-2013 Outlooks have been Released!

  1. I agree with this forecast here, I think we’ll see a comparable winter to 2009-10 and 2002-03, with lots of snow in the mid-atlantic and NE, and above average precipitation in the south. Especially since we should see a central based pacific el nino, and the fact that we’re in a cold PDO also will enhance the winter conditions over the eastern two thirds of the U.S, similar to the el nino winters back in the 1970s.
  2. I have to disagree with the (mainly clippers) I live on the coast of lake michigan and we get lots of snow every year even if its not predicted because of the lake. We get lots of lake effect snow and you just said clippers. Will it just be clippers or will we get alot of lake affect snow like almost every year?
  3. You will still have lake effect snow if you live around the great lakes I am referring to storms otherwise. You will not see as many low pressure system riding north along the Appalachian Mountains, or cutting up into the great lakes. Lake effect snow should still effect your weather, and give you plenty of snow, but for areas that usually don’t get that most of there snow most likely will be as a result of clipper systems moving across the Midwest region. Thanks for the comment Adam, any more questions?
  4. I sure hope this is correct. I love snow, and we need both the cold and snow to kill the pesty insects here in Virginia! Today (7/18) the heat index is expected to reach anywhere from 105-109! The humidity is awful. Thanks for the outlook, this will hopefully allow people time to get ready for the upcoming winter!
  5. Curious. NOAA recently reported that they believe El Nino will develop and our winters will be mild and dry (which wouldn’t help this drought) – but your map contradicts this. Do you believe that El Nino will weaken and this will give way to winter? (honestly, I’m all for it – winterwise. Hating the heat here just outside St. Louis)
  6. I hope to god your right, Dante. I like this outlook. It has been disappointingly mild this passed winter over here in Maryland and barely got any snow at all and as a snow lover, that just saddens me.
    I feel that we are overdue for a very snow winter after about 2 years of mild winters ago.
    Even though it is summer now and early to tell, I hope this outlook will come true 🙂
  7. Looking at some of the climate models and past winter seasons, I couldn’t really agree more with this forecast, I think it is very good, considering we’re only in July
  8. Well the Midwest is usually cold. Ohio it is really due to location. If you lived in Lets say Georgia, it would be warm every winter. That’s just how things are sometimes. Its just the climate and typical weather for that area. The further you are north, the colder you usually stay. Thanks for the comment Nancy.
  9. How likely is Arkansas to have a major ice event? I live in Arkansas and it looks like a large portion of the state could have ice this winter. After going through the 2000 ice storm here it peaks my interest. It may be time to get the generator ready 🙂

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