North American 2013/14 Winter Weather Forecast from NOAA


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Temperature forecast for November, December, January 2013-14.  EC = Equal Chances.  A = Above Average.  Most of the USA is forecasted to have above average temperatures during these period.

NOAA has released their winter 2013/14 winter weather predictions and it doesn’t mean too much for most any skier or rider anywhere in the USA.  Essentially, they are saying that we should have ‘equal chances’ of having an average winter precipitation-wise.  What they are trying to say is that, as far as they can tell, winter precipitation should be nearly average for almost the entire USA.

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Precipitation forecast for November, December, January 2013-14.  Most the USA with near average precipitation forecasted.  The Southeast with below average precipitation forecasted.

Even though this news isn’t shocking nor very exciting for skiers and riders in the USA, it’s still kinda neat to see what NOAA is forecasting.  As winter gets closer, it’ll be interesting to see how this long range 2013/14 winter forecast gets modified.

Temperature outlook for November, December, January

Temperature outlook for December, January, February 2013-14.

The above graph shows the Western USA forecasted to have near average temperatures in Dec, Jan, & Feb 2013-14.  Much of the Eastern seaboard and Central South is forecasted to have above average temperatures during these months.

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Precipitation Forecast for December, January, February 2013-14.

The above graph shows near average precipitation in almost all of the USA in Dec, Jan, Feb 2013-14.  The Southeast is forecasted to have below average precipitation during these months.

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Temperature forecast for January, February, March 2014.

The above graph shows near average temperatures being forecasted in Jan, Feb, and Mar of 2014 for most of the USA.  Texas and the Northeast are forecasted to have above average temperatures during these months.

 

Precipitation forecast for January, February, March, 2014

Precipitation forecast for January, February, March, 2014

The above graph is showing us that nearly all the USA is forecasted to receive near average amounts of precipitation in Jan, Feb, and Mar of 2014.  The Southeast is forecasted to receive below average precipitation during these months.

 

 

 

Comment(s): 15

    1. craig

      The dirt will be dirty, the snow will be snowy and the rain will be wet,lol

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    2. Mako

      Probably because they’re still waiting for the latest Chemtrail and HAARP forcast.

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  1. buzz[man

    ANOTHER COLD / DRY = NOT GOOD YEAR FOR UTAH ……. TEXAS KANSAS AND OKLOHOMA ARE THE CALL

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  4. Frank

    I never really rely on noaa it’s government run ..weatherbell with Joe bastardi has been right on without the political garbble..

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  5. Mark

    CPC will be wrong for years to come now that we are back into a cold phase unless they learn to use climatology based on the last 30 year cold phase instead of the last 30 years which were years of the warm phase. These phases are like the change of seasons and on average, change about every 30 years. The start of the new 30 year cold phase started in March of this year after the PDO had gone negative a couple years before. This means 90% of winters will be cold unlike 90% of mild winters from 30 years before. It also will be proven in pictures when the Arctic grows well outside of 79 levels. The growing season will be shorter, winters will last longer without many warm-ups and summer will continue to be hot yet shorter. In about 30 years, things will reverse once again so for now, get ready for winters much like the 1960s and 70s with some like the 50s. This looks to be a cold phase more like a 1960s pattern and hurricanes will tend to track in the pattern from that decade as well as the years move on.

    It’s really rather sad how CPC bought into the global warming because young minds have been brainwashed and all the computer data will be wrong thus; they will be wrong on all forecasts long term from now on unless they make changes. This winter ahead will be extremely cold so CPC already has it wrong. Heavy snows down in Atlanta as well. A freeze in Miami.

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    1. Wally

      Mark … you are absolutely on target. The CPC ignores too many factors, and are not going to be right. There will be egg on their faces.

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