Here's NOAA's 2018-2019 winter weather forecast

Here's NOAA's 2018-2019 winter weather forecast

Here's NOAA's 2018-2019 winter weather forecast

The forecasters published their predictions for US weather in December, January, and February on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration website on Thursday, saying only the southeast USA will have a standard winter with temperatures and precipitation keeping in line with historic averages. He said there is a chance El Nino could reach moderate strength and a "blob" of warm water setting up in the Northeast Pacific Ocean could set up a jet stream pattern that maximizes the delivery of cold air into the eastern United States.

The El Nino year is not expected to be as strong as the 2015-16 event that brought significant snowfall. Weather experts predict a warmer than normal winter in Kansas.

Winter looks wet and especially mild for much of the country, thanks to a weak El Nino brewing, US meteorologists said.

"NOAA" s Winter 2018 temperature outlook for the United States.

Drought conditions are forecast to stay put this winter in the Southwest, Southern California, central Great Basin, central Rockies, Northern Plains and portions of the interior Pacific Northwest.

In the valley of the Tennessee, the OH valley and mid-Atlantic States (NJ, NY, MD and PA), the temperature will be or on the secondary level or above. During the winter, typical El Nino conditions in the USA can include wetter-than-average precipitation in the South and drier conditions in parts of the North.

Meanwhile, the southern-third of the US and much of the East Coast could be hunkering down for a wetter than normal December through January. WDRB issues our own annual winter forecast for just our area. Northern Florida and southern Georgia have the greatest odds for above-average precipitation during the winter, the NOAA said.

-This outlook does not project seasonal snowfall accumulations.

The Climate Prediction Center (a division of NOAA) has released their early outlook for the winter 2018-2019 season.

NOAA will provide an update to the forecast in November.

The Farmer's Almanac said that for its winter outlook, the temperatures are going to be cold with "plenty of snow". "We stand by our forecast and formula, which accurately predicted the many storms last winter, as well as this summer's steamy, hot conditions", editor Peter Geiger wrote.

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