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> Weather for New Year's Eve and the surrounding days?, Ideas on temperature and precipitation?
Lady Luck
post Dec 8 2010, 01:06 AM
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I hope this is not too early but I am in need of a forecast. If any professional or experienced enthusiast has any ideas, I would appreciate them. I am planning a big outdoor event for my friends and family, and so are many other people I assume.

I need to know the most likely weather scenario for New York City and for Boston. I just need to know if it is going to be very very cold or if it is going to pour cats and dogs. I know that the teleconnections are used for long-term forecasting????

I am new and I am sorry if I can't start a thread like this. Please delete if this is not proper.

Thanks!

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post Dec 8 2010, 02:33 AM
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as of now model's dont even go out that far and im not good with long term teleconnections.
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post Dec 8 2010, 04:53 PM
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if your in times square new yrs eve there is a 100% chance of confetti falling.

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post Dec 8 2010, 11:09 PM
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QUOTE(stilko4 @ Dec 8 2010, 04:53 PM) *
if your in times square new yrs eve there is a 100% chance of confetti falling.

lol...now that's funny right there laugh.gif
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post Dec 13 2010, 11:09 PM
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Looking at the teleconnections there might be a threat for a winter storm. We have a severely negative AO days before and both the AO and the NAO increase to near positive values come late December. The PNA is also increasing by the end of the December. Obviously there is a change in the pattern coming at the end of December--the change is from a cold one to a warm one of sorts. If the NAO hits positive, it will be the first time since October.
The change comes in a form of an upper trough being over an area and slowly gets pushed out by ridging from the Atlantic and the West...if the ingredients add up it might lead to a big winter storm!

http://www.cpc.noaa.gov/products/precip/CW...nnections.shtml


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