[VIDEO] Are We Heading for the Coldest Fall and Winter for Over 20 Years?

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The video above by Direct Weather provides a month-by-month look at the analogs, which predict a southeastern ridge and warmer conditions in the northwest for June, significantly cooler conditions in the east for July, and an early fall in many areas with cold conditions for August.

September to November is expected to bring cooler temperatures into the central and eastern United States and increase precipitation across the southeast.

December will bring frigid conditions and significant cold in the east, while warming will occur in the Upper Midwest.

Due to the positive PNA pattern continuing, January and February will see conditions reaching 9 to 10 degrees below average over a 30-day period.

Additionally, there may be above-average snowfall along the Eastern Seaboard.

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