During December 2011 - February 2012, there is an increased chance of above-average temperatures across the south-central and southeastern U.S. below-average temperatures over the western and north-central U.S. Also, above-average precipitation is favored across the northern tier of states, excluding New England, and drier-than-average conditions are more likely across the southern tier of the U.S. (see 3-month seasonal outlook released on 17 November 2011).
That doesn't explain why the high in Salt Lake was over 50 F at least two days in a row...
Weird-ass weather patterns.
The bar has been lowered? Silly child, you seem to believe there ever was a bar.
Post by Mlle Antéchrist on Jan 3, 2012 11:13:34 GMT -5
^^ Calgary has been having an unusually mild winter as well. They're predicting a high of +14 tomorrow, which will break the previous record for the date (not sure if we're expecting a chinook or not, but either way, it's still ridiculously high for this time of year), and we're supposed to get up to +8 today. We also didn't get any snow until a month or so after we'd normally see it.