More of the Same

La Niña looks to be the biggest influence on the 2022-23 snow and ice season and could lead to a similar forecast as last winter.

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Fall 2022 has arrived across the United States, and while most are drinking their Pumpkin Spice Latte’s, raking their yards, and enjoying the cooler weather, we are preparing for the arrival of the Winter season. Last year, early winter warmth got us off to a slow start as an upper-level ridge and well above average temperatures dominated the weather pattern through December before we started to see more of a Winter pattern take hold in January. Overall, several places finished the 2021-2022 season near average, like Detroit, who saw 91.8% of their normal snowfall. However, some areas did miss out, much like Indianapolis, who only received a measly 44.8% of their annual snowfall.

Now with the winter season rapidly approaching the question on everyone’s mind is “What can we expected this year?!”

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