Winter 2012-2013 Preliminary Outlook Video

Here are the long awaited videos. I am sorry that it took so long. I have been busy. Tonight from 9:00pm-9:30pm I will be on our official Twitter page @weatheradvance and be answering questions on this upcoming winter. (PLEASE NO QUESTIONS ON THE AMOUNT OF SNOW THAT WILL FALL IN YOUR AREA)

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!

8 comments on “Winter 2012-2013 Preliminary Outlook Video

  1. Thanks, I totally agree with your forecast here, most indicators you mentioned do point towards cold and snow here in NC, and along the east coast. Plus the fact that we’re coming off a double la nina in a cold PDO and flipping to el nino, like we did in the 1950s, also further suggests we’re going to see a much better winter that last year.
  2. I hope the Kansas City area gets snow similar to 09-10. You think the central plains will see much snow? The year of the Christmas blizzard was one I’ll always remember being that I had just moved to KC from Miami.
  3. I like the forecast and can agree on it, only if we get +PDO. Right now we are in a strong -PDO and without the flip to positive then areas like the Mid-Atlantic usually don’t bank on the cold & snowy look. There is time and other teleconnections to put in play. I hope the PDO goes positive by winter.
  4. Dante—, At most ,what is most important for the cold and snowy forecast for the mid-atlantic is +PNA / -NAO / -AO. Having a +PDO would be the icing on the cake. What do you really think Dante?
  5. Mr. Dante,

    Excellent presentation. The best I’ve seen. My question is what kind of conditions or patterns do I need to look in regards to the Detroit, Michigan area winters. Particularly cold and snow. I know it’s difficult to predict amounts of snow long range but what conditions should I look for that may give some insight?.

    Thanks,
    Richard

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