Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Possible Christmas Cold
Even though this is in the long range, I wanted to share with you what the data is telling me for the period leading up to Christmas. Since we're dealing with a forecast that's 10 to 14 days out, specifics are impossible at this point. There's remarkable agreement with the pattern between the European and GFS models. Both show a ridge developing into Alaska which would force cold air to plunge out of Canada. The strength, timing, and placement of the cold air is impossible to predict this far out. What about moisture? That's impossible to predict this far out as well.
This video will show you what the 2 main models indicate. At this time, it appears there's a good chance temperatures will go below average just a few days before Santa comes to town. Enjoy the video.
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