Forecast

12/2/20 Forecast: The Big One Hit Out East!

12/2/20 Forecast: The Big One Hit Out East!

This week starts off with a mostly dry country except for the Ohio Valley and Southeast where there will be some significant rain and some storm potential. The Northeast could see an inch or two of rain. The next big system pushes down from the North early next week with a crazy cyclone swirl of cold weather that could amount to some significant snow in the Midwest.

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2020-2021 Long Range Winter Forecasts

2020-2021 Long Range Winter Forecasts

This winter is set to be affected by the cooler than average ocean surface temperatures along the equator causing La Niña conditions by everyone’s standards. In fact, every single weather model that Neoweather watches is predicting a mild to strong La Niña this winter. That means it could be drier than average in many parts of the country and that a very typical jet stream.

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11/25/20 Forecast: Rain then Crazy Looking Snow

11/25/20 Forecast: Rain then Crazy Looking Snow

This week starts off with a mostly dry country except for the Ohio Valley and Southeast where there will be some significant rain and some storm potential. The Northeast could see an inch or two of rain. The next big system pushes down from the North early next week with a crazy cyclone swirl of cold weather that could amount to some significant snow in the Midwest.

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11/18/20 Forecast: Snow, Then Warmer Than Average

11/18/20 Forecast: Snow, Then Warmer Than Average

Weather forecast shows lots of variation this week. The temperature map is a rainbow of colors this week with both higher and lower than average temperatures. Texas is the most interesting with temps ranging from the 20s to the 90s all in one day! Aside from big temperature swings, Neoweather expects to see Hurricane Zeta cause flooding and more early snow will round out the week.

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11/11/20 Forecast: Quiet After The Storm Then Snow

11/11/20 Forecast: Quiet After The Storm Then Snow

This week started with the lucky streak of much warmer than average temperatures across most of the country coming to an end. Many areas experienced temperatures 20-30 degrees above average, and there were a gazillion Facebook pictures of people enjoying the outdoors to prove it! What’s up next? Keep reading to find out what Brian Ivey from Neoweather is expecting this week.

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Election Forecast: Even the Weather is Heating Up!

Election Forecast: Even the Weather is Heating Up!

It’s not just the election maps that are showing a lot of both blue AND red this week! The forecast is quite a mix of temps too. Brian Ivey from Neoweather gave Snow Plow News a rundown of what’s happening this week aside from all the election drama – and he did so in his election day best attire! If Neoweather had a vote of their own, the “Sunshine and Comfy” forecast would win, and that’s exactly what they’re expecting most of the country to see this week.

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