Posted: October 22, 2021 at 6:56 am
The National Weather Service came out with their Winter Outlook yesterday…take a look at the details.
- Warmer-than-average conditions are most likely across the Southern tier of the U.S. and much of the Eastern U.S., with the greatest likelihood of above-average temperatures in the Southeast.
- Below-average temperatures are favored for southeast Alaska and the Pacific Northwest eastward to the northern Plains.
- The Upper Mississippi Valley and small areas of the western Great Lakes have equal chances for below-, near- or above-average temperatures.
- The Pacific Northwest, northern Rockies, Great Lakes and parts of the Ohio Valley and western Alaska have the greatest chances for wetter-than-average conditions.
- Drier-than-average conditions are favored in south-central Alaska, southern California, the Southwest, and the Southeast.
- The forecast for the remainder of the U.S. shows equal chances for below-, near- or above-average precipitation during winter months.