“The morning's GFS has shifted toward a snowier solution but requires an initial low pressure system in the Ohio Valley to reform into another much stronger low near the coast.”
“Although such a track allows the 850 temperatures on both the GFS and Euro to rise above freezing, a slight eastward shift in the track could produce a snowier solution rather than the current one which still offers several inches of snow before mixing and changing to rain.”
“The National Weather Service's official long-range winter forecast back in October amounted to a flip of the coin: The Northeast and Mid-Atlantic had equal chances of being snowier and colder than normal, and warmer and drier than normal.”
“Although piles of snow from back in December remain, so it looks much snowier than it actually has been.”
“I mean, it sounds just like Indiana (not as cold, but snowier), but with more transit and closer to stuff. zyxw Says:”
“See, global warming doesn't actually make things warmer, it makes them colder and snowier.”
“In other words, Arctic climate change, which studies have concluded is likely due in part to human activities, could favor cooler and snowier winters in places far removed from the far north.”
“In fact, March is often one of the snowier months in some realms, and many resorts remain open into mid-April.”
“While not a guarantee for cold and snow, the occurrence of an El Niño or the negative phase of the Arctic Oscillation can help tilt the odds to a colder or snowier winter.”
“The colder than normal air across the mid-Atlantic States and Ohio Valley and the increased thermal gradient along the coast are two reasons why negative NAO winters tend to be snowier than periods when the oscillation is in its opposite phase.”
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