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Winter 2012 Forecast

With meteorological winter now underway, many are asking what the weather will be like for the next few months.  After a very warm and dry winter last year throughout much of the east, a common question being heard is, will there be snow this season?   Here are two links that hint at what the winter forecast may look at.

In this article, the return of El Nino conditions to the tropical Pacific could influence weather patterns around the globe.

This article discusses why snow may be on the way for those in the east.

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