Weather Predictions for 2017-2018 winter

Do you have a winter forecast for the US for 2017-18? A.K.

First and foremost, you’ll always find me writing that the meteorologists/scientists who are involved with predicting weather, are valid in their research, understanding, and predictions.  This is true for the short term – one season, as well as the long term – decades ahead.  The science is valid and worthy of serious attention and response with regard to Climate Change, Global Warming or whatever any of us calls it.  When examining these statements against any who oppose them, look more at the hearts of the individuals, and what anyone’s hearts cause to come out of one’s own mouth.  Weigh that which is within one’s heart and look for this one’s agenda and motivation.

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The US has a variety of weather areas and each one will be somewhat different.  I’ll add also that the weather is like a stairway, each level is dependent on the previous level.  Each “stairstep” builds itself off the previous “stairstep”.

The Southwest: last year was warmer than average.  This year is going to continue this pattern.  Dec and January will be comparable to last years, with only slightly colder temperature.  February will see the 2 middle weeks being slightly colder than last year, but warmer than would be called “average”.

The Southeast:  I see a dryer winter for the S.E. for all 3 months.  I also see higher temperatures than would be considered winter temperatures.  This is for the 1st 2 months, then some colder weather in February, than in the Dec and Jan months.

The Northeast:  There’s no escaping the cold weather in the N.E. I see frozen temperatures – solid frozen.  I see an average amount of snow.  While Dec will come in weak, January will be windy and cold.  February will be frozen cold, but warmer temperatures will come in earlier in March than years past.

Midwest:  The M.W. is going to get hit with cold wind.  Lots of snow will cover the plains regions.  This is getting to be a new normal winter for this region.  In future years, there will be very few winters that are not like this.  Except for a slightly warmer 2018-2019 winter, all other winters for this decade will be COLD for this region.  Absolutely this will affect crop growth.

New England area:  December is when winter usually starts, but all meteorological predictions for November are already in and they predict cold in the Autumn month of November, also.  December will be much colder than November.  January will be a full-blown winter weather for the region.  February will be disastrous with serious winter weather related problems.  I see ice, wind and water problems.

Western US:  For the most  part, this region will not strongly experience serious winter weather.  January will be slightly colder, but still not a hazardous situation.    February will be slightly colder, but again, not serious and more closer to average.

Pacific Northwest:  This region will experience what could be called an average winter.  It will be slightly colder this year than last year, though in all 3 months.  However, Spring will come in earlier for this regions – close to the end of February.

Western Central states:  (Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and surrounding areas) Again, meteorologists have mentioned cold fronts coming in November, and I would add this will build in December.  There will be MUCH snow in the regions – for those who ski.  The cold fronts coming through will cause temperatures to dip into icy temperatures.  Much of the snow will turn to ice as the winter continues into January and the 1st 3 weeks of February.  Again, I’m seeing an earlier than normal spring with regard to temperatures.  The last week of Feb. will see temperatures rise, but there will be some late cold fronts in April and one in May, though not as bad as if it were Jan or Feb.

There will be a few anomalies this winter.
New Mexico will have several weeks of arctic temperatures in mid-January.
Eastern California will experience some warmer than average temperatures in the High Sierras overall.  The winter temperatures will hinder the fires, but not stop them completely.  A remnant of one fire believed to be burned out, will start up again in late November in the lower Sierras south of Yosemite, north of Kings Canyon Nat. Forest.
Tennessee will experience a pocket of warm weather with the Sun breaking through the clouds, in the midst of a cold front that would be happening all around them. It won’t last long.  (1st half of January)
Any other “anomalies” are so insignificant and small that they could be considered normal, and so I won’t bother with them here.

I’m ready for questions.

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The 2016 Winter Weather

I haven’t put up much weather predictions because the meteorologists watching and predicting the weather for the 2016 winter have been spot on close to what I see.

Overall, I see, again, the 2016 winter being harder than last year’s. There will be heating oil and other energy shortages and the winter weather will create problems getting heating fuels into the areas.

New England
The New England states are going to be the worst hit of the states with winter weather. Their temperatures and snow levels will be equal to last year and even a little worse. This includes New Jersey, Pennsylvania (the western edge of the worst weather) and Washington, D.C. reaching into Virginia and some into Ohio.

While the meteorologists see the winter being warmer, this doesn’t mean “warm”.  This means warmer than the average temperatures have been in years past.  We’ll still see very difficult weather for Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and parts of Vermont. The snow that is happening now in these states, is serving to give people a “heads-up” and will start coming down permanently in November. I see deep snow in these states on through the winter until it starts dwindling in March (but not gone) and then starts melting in April. The last of their snow will be on the ground in May and a little in June. And as odd as it might seem, I see a possibility for more snow at the end of April or beginning of May, but it won’t be enough to add to the hardship. For these northern most states, December will bring cold, snow and some storm winds, possibly having -50F being mentioned regularly in some form in the areas. [I am not seeing the -50F temperatures at this time of looking – 12/6/15]  January will be just as bad as December, and February will equal January. However, I see fewer storms in February, but the cold and snow will stay as is.

While March will see lessening of the severity for the lower New England states, I see the higher N.E. states Winter lasting well past March and include half of the Spring months. Spring temperatures won’t arrive until May/June in the higher N.E. states.

Eastern States
I see the Atlantic states having a harder winter than they did last year, as well.  The average temperatures of the years past would be colder and so it can be said that this winter’s temperatures will average out to be warmer, (but still not warm.)  The cold winds will be their most difficult part. There will be lots and lots of ice on the roads – especially January and February.  Once they get into [December and 12/6/15] January, they’ll see snow skiing become more and more unfavorable because of the ice forming. Their time in this difficult Winter weather will begin to end at the beginning of March. It will be sudden – like turning a switch. February will be very cold, and March will be suddenly warmer -rather than a gradual warming. There a chance for a late snow storm near the end of March but with the warmer temperatures happening, it can turn into rain. Some flooding could happen in a few areas in March.

Central US States
Again, warmer than the yearly averages does not mean “warm.”  The Winter in these states will be somewhat worse than last year, but most of the worst of it will be January and February and not past the Spring date in March. North Dakota, S. Dakota, Minnesota and that area will have what seems like normal winter weather for them – a hard cold winter equaling the New England states – but again, the average temperatures will be warmer than the past yearly averages.  [There won’t be much fluctuation better or worse away from what they usually get. 12/6/15] Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, will have winter storms with snow during December and January, but the harshness will back off some in February.  Spring will arrive in March.

The Southwest

We’re not going to see anything out of the ordinary – like a mild winter.  This will seem very much like a normal, cold, winter.  We’ll see it being much colder than last year’s mild winter.  But, not as bad as 2014 was – 2 years ago.  That doesn’t mean it won’t be cold.  It just means that it won’t be a repeat of 2014.   The Southwestern states will face many cold fronts and freezing temperatures.  For states that aren’t built for cold, this can be a very difficult time.   This winter should be considered a practice run for the winter of 2017 which currently looks like it will be extremely difficult almost equal to 2014.  Don’t block out the winter of 2014, it looks to be coming again and being forewarned is being forearmed.

The West & Northwest

California, Nevada, on up to Washington to Montana – this whole area will have a much warmer winter than the rest of the nation.  At times, the people of Colorado will wonder when winter is going to start.  There will be cold temperatures, [and storms 12/6/15] but for the most part, this will be the year of a milder winter than some of the past winters in the Western states.

For the most part, the meteorologists are forecasting some of the same things I see.  If anyone in the East decides to go west for the warmer winter, take your own water.

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Predictions for 2015 – Weather

This is going to be a short prediction, because what I see is that we’re not going to have a winter like 2014, at all.  For most of the nation – “most” – the winter will be a lot milder than 2014.  The areas that will be extremely cold again in 2015, will be around the Great Lakes including west of Lake Michigan, and the northern New England states and cities.

The rest of the nation, including all the areas I haven’t mentioned and won’t be going into detail about, because there’s no need to – will be milder.  This is it.  There’s nothing dramatic and amazing about a mild winter.  That’s what most of the nation will have – mild.  There will be some cold weather in the central US, around Nebraska, but once again, not anywhere like 2014.

And if you don’t yet know what kind of winter it’s going to be in your area of the nation after reading the above prediction, the answer is “Milder.”

How does the famous catch phrase go that we’ve all heard over and over and over and over (and now here)???

“What part of “Milder” don’t you understand?”

Yeah, that’s it.  Imagine a winter designed by Disney – a little action and adventure, but a whole lot of “mildness”.  Rated PG because of the Great Lakes and the New England states.

My suggestion:  Plant a winter garden and tend it throughout. (I mention this because of what I blogged about food prices.)

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“We are alive, now, and we are alive, now, for eternity.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2014, Jodie Senkyrik)

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Predictions for 2014: Weather #15

“I would love to receive another update on cities around Denver.” Tee Meyer

Today – right now, January 6-7, 2014, is a good example of what all of Colorado and the Midwest will be experiencing throughout January.  Expect some small breaks between fronts, but what you’re experiencing now, will continue.

In February, expect temperatures to drop just a bit more than January’s will have been and stay longer with no breaks until after mid-February.

This is for all of Colorado, and not just around Denver.

“anything specific for the northeast?” Ed

What I see happening in Colorado will be equaled in the New England states.  The impact is to be weighed against the ability to ride out the severity of the weather, which the Northeast has practice with.

Select the “Weather” category in the right column to pull up the articles about the Winter 2014 predictions – that is now here upon us.

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This winter will be remembered, not just for the severity but because there will be fatalities from the severity of the cold.

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Predictions for the Winter of 2014 (Part 2 of ?)

We’re barely into the winter of 2013, but I’m going to talk about 2014 some more.  This is an addendum to the 2014 winter conditions.

Folks, I’m still seeing serious conditions for the winter of 2014.  However, I do see some potential help in the form of weather conditions during the summer of 2013 helping to alleviate the drastic 2014 winter.

Weather patterns are such that each day or week or month or year of weather is a stair step from the previous day or week or month or year.  Each weather pattern impacts the next pattern, which then impacts the next and so forth and so on.

I am seeing that if we have a very hot summer of 2013, this will help alleviate the energy contributing to the patterns leading up to the winter of 2014.  I see a reciprocal effect.  If the heat temperatures are extreme during the summer of 2013, the winter temperatures will go up.  If the summer of 2013 temperatures are mild, the winter 2014 temperatures will be lower and the conditions harsher.

With this, in Colorado especially, I see blizzards and blizzards.  I see potentially 4-5 weeks of steady blizzard storms being so bad as to cause Colorado potentially to be declared a national disaster area.

This is not a normal winter of a blizzard going through for a few days and then the sun coming out.  This is an experience of virtually no one seeing the sun for 5 weeks or so with storm after storm after storm over and over creating the effect of seeing no end in sight for a long period of time.  I see winds and snow constantly and continuously requiring people to take emergency steps to get through this.

This is why I pray for healthier weather patterns – because I see people suffering and people dying through a winter like this.  This is why I pray and meditate now, so that weather patterns can be normalized by whatever way may be available for us to help.

This that I see in Colorado will be equaled in the New England states.

Those of you who like to ski and snowboard in Colorado, there will be times for you to enjoy it, but I see it being safer earlier in the season – before mid-December or way later in the season – March.  The second half of December will be storms with some lessening in the first half of January, but not much.  Then the 2nd half of January it will hit until March and as of today, I see it hitting hard.

Remember what I saw and wrote about the Gulf of Mexico hurricane season of 2006.  There were so many millions praying across the nation to help the people hit by Katrina that they brought forth the Christ Spirit to protect the Gulf from hurricanes during the 2006 and half of the 2007 hurricane seasons.  Prayers can help now.   Prayer can change the future.  I would rather prayers come to change this than someone say, “Hey, you were right about 2014.”

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