NOAA’s Official October Outlook For The USA:

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Heavy mountain snowfall. Image: SnowBrains

NOAA just released their official outlook for the month of October in the USA. Temperatures are forecasted to be below average in the Northern Plains and the Midwest, above average in the West, and average on the East Coast. Precipitation is expected to be below average in the PNW, above average on the East Coast, and average throughout the rest of the country. Ski season usually kicks off in October at some resorts, so it’s an important month to monitor the forecast.

10 day snowfall totals. Image: Tropical Tidbits

October is 10 days away and the 10 day forecast is calling for snowfall in Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

Official October Outlook:

NOAA’s Official Temperature Outlook For October. Image: NOAA

Where Will It Be Good?

  • East Coast
  • Northern Plains
  • Midwest
NOAA’s Official Precipitation Outlook For October. Image: NOAA

Where Will It Be A 50/50 Shot?

  • California
  • Colorado
  • Nevada
  • Utah
  • Wyoming

Where Will It Be Bad?

  • Washington
  • Oregon
  • Idaho
A look at the 7 day precipitation totals as we approach October. Image: NOAA

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