Predictions for the Winter of 2014: #4

With regards to the weather of next winter, I’m pretty much not seeing anything but what I’ve been telling you.  The signs along the way have been milder or colder spring for 2013, leading into a milder summer of 2013, leading into a colder autumn of 2013, leading into a cold December, a colder January, and then in February 2014 temperatures taking January’s temperatures and dropping another 20° F from there throughout the entire month of February.  I don’t see temperatures coming up to the usual temperatures (averages) until May of 2014, when it will get hot again.  March will still be a “colder than the averages” March affected by the cold February.  April will still have some residual low temperatures and then May.  I currently don’t see March and April of 2014 temperatures fluctuating up and down as much as this year’s March and April, but rather being a steady cooler than normal few months.

This is more the predictions for the states hit hardest, including Texas, during the winter of 2014.  The states in the southeast, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, will have  a milder spring compared to previous years, but nothing to write home about.

Keep your coats and jackets out until May of 2014.

In December of 2013, in your regions, keep your ears open for the meteorologists to start giving warning about what kind of winter we’re going to have.  That’s when they’ll have the weather models to back this up.  I’m mentioning it now, because I’m getting ready for it now.

Many people make predictions about coming events.  Many of these events never happen.  If I’m wrong, there is always a viable reason and that information is also available psychically.  I study this factor regularly to be able to be as accurate as possible.

Currently, in much of Texas, I see  2 1/2 to 3 weeks of continued frozen temperatures – not going above freezing during the day – in the single digits to 20’s.  Texas and states of the south aren’t designed for Minnesota weather and hence why it is so difficult.  All the homes, all the infrastructure is designed to handle heat, not cold.

The North and New England states will “weather” (pardon the pun) the winter better simply because they are “built” for this type of hard cold.  Their homes and infrastructures are built to help them endure the cold.

Expect airports to close and airline flights to be severely affected by the cold of the winter of 2014.

A national emergency will be declared in some areas.

People will remember this.