Best Chances for Snow & Cold this Winter

On the Nov 29th airing of my radio show Weather Talk, we had a guest meteorologist on from WBAL’s sister station WISN in Milwaukee, WI. He introduced us to a new long range forecasting technique called Lezak’s Recurring Cycle or the LRC. They have had such a success with this winter forecasting method over the last few years, that the NWS office in Milwaukee asked the TV meteorologists from the station to give them a seminar! I am just learning how to use this method, but based on what little I know, I have decided to take a crack at forecasting the best time over this winter season for cold and snow around Baltimore. I have only listed what look to me like the significant snow events. My first guess for each month is below. Please keep track, and we’ll see how well this does here in the Mid Atlantic!

December:

Big Snow Possible sometime between the 16th & the 20th. A strong cold snap possible at that time as well.

January:

Moderate Snow Possible between the 1st and the 5th. Temps will be well below average.

February:

Big Snow Possible between the 1st and the 4th. A strong cold snap possible as well.

Moderate Snow Possible between the 16th and the 20th. Temps will be well below average.

TONY PANN

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