Tuesday, December 15, 2009

January Could Be Mild

September and November were warm. October and December have been cold. The pattern would suggest January will be warm. K-Lakes Meteorologist Tony Schumacher says that may be the case. He says there is a so-called North Atlantic Oscillation that is over-riding the warming El Nino effect.

Schumach expects that oscillation to change in January bringing us another mild month.

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