Direct Weather issued their 2021-2022 winter forecast this week. Long-range forecasts like these aren’t necessarily gospel and should be taken with a grain of salt, however, teleconnection patterns can sometimes accurately indicate synoptic-scale trends.
The forecast calls for above-average snowfall in the Pacific Northwest, Montana, Wyoming, and most of the East Coast this winter.
The forecast calls for a drier winter in the Sierra Nevada mountain range of California and the Southwest US, with near-average precipitation totals in the Intermountain West including most of Utah and Colorado.
2 thoughts on “Direct Weather Shares 2021-2022 Winter Forecast”
any forecast for the 21-22 winter for the Black Hills of SD? Last year we sat in the doughnut hole and didn’t get the LaNina storms we should have seen.
Any helpful hints for the central, western upper peninsula of Michigan – Ewen 49925?