Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Brookstone Builders, Inc.-2014-15 weather

The season is starting to change. Usually the switch doesn't get flipped until September but this year it seems to be happening already.  A little to early for me, so I am keeping my fingers crossed for a late return to summer and/or a long mild fall.  Regardless of what we want it is going to happen so I went looking to see if  the forecast  are out for this year.  Here is what I found according to Firsthand Weather.

Northeast and Great Lakes: A good portion of the Northeast will likely experience a colder-than-average winter, but it really depends on where you’re located. Places in the northern Northeast like Maine could actually have around average temperatures and snowfall, while regions more to the south and along the coast may feel the effects of heavier snowfall and brutally cold air. The Great Lakes region will be brutally cold; however lake-effect snowfall could be considerably less this year. This was hard for me to include on my winter map, which is why I wanted to mention it here. Waters on the lakes are still very cold from this past winter with chunks of ice that were still being spotted as late as this past July 4th. This will likely have an effect on the lake-effect snow machine this upcoming winter.


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