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> Long Range Winter 2017-2018: Thoughts, Outlooks and Discussion, Share your thoughts, forecasts, on-going trends and more
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1/17 12Z NAEFS:

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QUOTE(ClicheVortex2014 @ Jan 17 2018, 01:15 AM) *
Those saying winters over are more than likely wrong (go figure)... and it may even be a stretch to say the coldest part of the winter is over.

The same trough that brought Siberia insanely cold temps (-75 degrees; heard may have almost broke a thermometer) will move southeast and give east Asia some leftovers just as North America thaws.

Geopotential heights over Korea, Japan, China, and Mongolia suggest this may not be one of those west ridge/east trough setups. I have a hunch that this trough will set up over the central US, leaving progressively higher heights to the north and east... i.e., the greatest anomalies may be over the central US.

So, Arctic blast to begin February.

To update...-88.6 degrees Fahrenheit. https://www.yahoo.com/news/big-freeze-russi...-131009936.html

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