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How Will Mother Nature Ring in the New Year?

How Will Mother Nature Ring in the New Year?

Is it really possible that 2013 is almost here?

New Year’s Eve is one of the most exciting nights of the year, but if you’re planning on traveling or celebrating outdoors, be sure to check out our long-range predictions first.

Find out now whether you should pile on the layers or if you’ll be shoveling your driveway before heading out for the night! Here’s a look at what we’re predicting for your region:

Northeast U.S.
Sharp cold front brings rain and snow showers, then clearing and cold.

Great Lakes & Midwest
Clearing skies.

Rain from Florida north, then fair, colder.

North Central U.S.
Rain from Florida north, then fair, colder.

South Central U.S.
Fair skies.

Northwest U.S.
Fair skies arrive in time for 2013.

Southwest U.S.
Turning mostly fair as the year comes to a close.

Newfoundland, Labrador
Fair, as we close the book on 2012.

Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
A few flurries, then fair and cold, as we close out the year.

Clearing for the end of the year.

Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
Mostly fair.

British Columbia
Turning mostly fair for the end of 2012

1 comment

1 Bob Kinsey { 12.19.12 at 1:06 pm }

While I am a follower of the Old Farmers Almanac weather prognostications, here in West Central Texas (Comanche and Brown counties) the forecasts have been anything but on target. We have experienced unusually dry conditions. Our only hope is an exceptional change for the better or at least a return to normal or average precipitation as indicated in the “OFA ” recaps. My question is what has negatively affected these forecasts?

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