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Doesn't Look Like A Huge Blast, But Long Duration Chilly Possible
The worst is in Euroasia with this first PV split. In general though, it looks chilly last two weeks of January in the east as the north has been toasty, so it will feel harsh, even though it doesn't yet look too extreme compared to average. Expect a lot of snow threats and and some overall below average temps for a while. It may then start February above average but another PV could split later on, too far out at the moment to be excited and worry over this as the data is all over the place for February. Down this way into FL, it has been slightly cooler than average since about December overall, while the north has been above average compared to the norm. Not a typical La Nina at all, more like El Nino conditions in many ways, a lot of this is due to warm East Pacific waters up north near the Gulf of Alaska and southward off the west US coast. Nothing extreme, but our temps here have been about as cold as the north so far this winter, much colder than past few winters!
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