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Saturday, November 26, 2016

Siberian 'snow theory' predicts an early and brutal cold season for the US

The United States could be in for a long, cold winter as snow cover in Siberia reaches its highest point for this time of year in decades, the father of the ‘Siberian Snow Theory’ has warned.

Snow cover in Siberia is sometimes used to predict winter weather in the US, and MIT climatologist Judah Cohen claims this year’s conditions are a ‘textbook situation,’ Bloomberg reports.

It’s thought that more snow in northern Eurasia signals the frigid temperatures set to hit the regions below.

And while the cold blast could strike anywhere among North America, Asia, or Europe, the expert warns the US may get hit harder than forecasters are expecting. 

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope Dan is right about it being Sunny and around 80 (no rain) in OC.... hahaha

I sure hope real weather folks are WRONG about Siberian Express. Last winter was very cold and way too much snow in OC. Brrrrrrrrrr.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if Dan agrees with this.

Anonymous said...

What do the Wooly Bears say this year?

Zorro said...

Mild winter