Long-Range Outlook

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Outlook Matrix:

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The table below outlines upcoming threats and events. This table is updated periodically as needed.

Dates Threats Significance Confidence (1-5)
1/21-1/28 Temperatures Well above normal 5
1/28-2/6 Temperatures Well Below Normal 3
1/22-1/23 Wind/Rain from strong cold front pushing through. T-storms possible. Could get windy with some heavy rain and thunderstorms. Some could reach severe limits. 4
1/28-1/30 Coastal Storm Another coastal low with major impacts is possible, especially if there is cold air in place as we are forecasting. Details are not clear yet. 2
 January as a whole Temperatures Near Normal  3
 January as a whole Snowfall Near Normal 3
February as a whole Snowfall/Precip Near Normal 1
February as a whole Temperatures Below Normal 1

Analog where EPO was negative in previous years, which is forecast this year. A possibility for February is shown below as below normal.

The MJO is expected to cycle back into phases 7, 8 and eventually 1, which are the cold phases for the eastern U.S.

6-10 Day Upcoming Pattern Temperature Anomaly

NOAA CPC 6-10 Day Outlook

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Forecaster: Griffith
Last Updated:  January 18th, 2018

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Climate forecast data gathered from the CPC: http://origin.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/people/mchen/CFSv2FCST/weekly/

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