NOAA forecast doesn’t indicate Polar Vortex repeat this winter

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The winter outlook report released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts equal chances of a colder winter than normal in Ohio.

The Plain Dealer reports that according to the NOAA prediction, there isn’t any indication that this winter will be a sequel of last year’s Polar Vortex. The prediction is based on atmospheric conditions, ocean temperatures and currents.

From The Plain Dealer:

“For Ohio and a huge swath of the Midwest, NOAA says the odds are 50-50 that it will be colder than normal this winter. And for the northern counties in Ohio, the odds are that it will not snow more than it typically does.”

Related: Lower winter heating costs predicted for Ohio

Via: The Plain Dealer > Polar Vortex repeat not likely this winter, say federal forecasters

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Katie Woods grew up in Columbiana, Ohio. Katie likes reading, writing, enjoying the outdoors and DIY projects.

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