Thursday, December 4, 2008

Desperate times, positive outlook



Still no snow on the ground here in Duluth, but the long-range outlook is positive.

NOAA's latest long-range prediction bodes well for northern Minnesota. If we could have an "average" winter of temperature and snowfall, that would be just fine for me. On the temperature prediction map above, that's what they're saying for the northern third of Minnesota, "equal chances" of temperatures below or above average. That's good.

The map below says the same thing for precipitation. There's a wet area down Oklahoma, but if we can just be average here and not below average, that should be good.

3 comments:

Going Green said...

Since Minnesotans are a little above average, we should be okay. Actually, we've got a fair amount of the white stuff here in Rochester. Want me to try to package some up and send it your way?

Niece Lisa said...

We've got a fair amount of the white stuff here in Rochester. I'll see if I can package some up and send it your way.

Andrew Slade said...

We'll take anything!