The Weather Network’s Preliminary 2019-20 Winter Forecast has been released, and it reveals a potentially harsh and at times severe winter is in store for vast portions of North America.
Chief WN Meteorologist Chris Scott says this winter will have “similarities to some harsher winters [of the past],” but that there could be a “delayed start to consistent winter weather,” as was the case last year.
Scott adds that while this fall may have burst onto the scene long before North Americans (particularly Canadians) were ready for it, that doesn’t mean we’re in a free-fall to winter.
He says this Autumn will still include extended stretches of fair weather, to go along with the inevitably worsening spells of cold and snow.
And be sure to savor those periods of pleasant fall weather, because it doesn’t look like North America overall will have an easy ride of winter this year, which is on course to be “colder than normal” with a “heightened potential for extended periods of severe cold,” concludes the Weather Network article.
The cold times are returning, in line with historically low solar activity.
Even NASA agrees, in part at least, with their SC25 forecast revealing this next solar cycle will be “the weakest of the past 200 years” (for more on that click the article at the bottom of the page):
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