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December 6, 2010 / Dave Gorham

Typical December? Maybe Not [Free 20-Min. Recorded Webinar]

This past Thursday we hosted the first update of our 2010-2011 winter season outlook and, just as we predicted early last month, we expect a drier, slightly warmer season overall.  This is true especially compared to last winter which was busy enough to bestow upon us the (unfortunately) unforgettable terms snowpocalypse and snowmageddon.

Not this winter.  At least not so much.  Take a look and see what ImpactWeather StormWatch Manager Fred Schmude shared in the webinar.  The free, 20-minute webinar is posted here.

But keep a coat handy.  Speaking as a non-meteorologist, these “warmer-than-usual” winters always feel a bit colder simply because when we do get a good, thorough blast from the north, it takes that much longer to get used to it again!

30-day temperature outlook issued 15 November. Graphic: ImpactWeather

A bit different, so far, than last winter?  Definitely.

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