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NOAA releases its 2021-2022 Winter Outlook

NOAA released its 2021-2022 Winter Outlook today. The forecast aligns with what climatologically happens during La Nina years. Above-average temperatures are forecast for much of the country with the highest chance for above-average temperatures across the Gulf States and Carolinas. Below-average temperatures are forecast across the Pacific & Inland Northwest into the Northern Rockies. Alaska is also forecast to experience below-average temperatures. Join the Firsthand Weather Supporter Group today!

Precipitation is forecast to be below average across the Southwest, parts of the Southern Plains, and along the Gulf Coast into the Carolinas. Farther north, above-average precipitation is forecast from the Tennessee Valley into the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes. The Pacific & Inland Northwest into the Northern Rockies can expect above-average precipitation. Join the Firsthand Weather Supporter Group today!

It should be noted: this is NOAA’s Winter Outlook. This is not Firsthand Weather’s Winter Outlook. FHW’s official outlook drops very soon so stay tuned! Join the Firsthand Weather Supporter Group today!