With an impending Modoki EL Nino, what does that mean for the Southeast? I will go over what to expect and when the best chances for winter weather is expected in my full outlook. I will say that I do NOT support the ideas that the Old Farmers Almanac has published and do not anticipate anything like they are showing. I am not even sure how they come to their conclusions but I am not in agreement.
Our analog years are shown below and feature years where a La Nina was preceded by an EL Nino that was centrally based or referred to as a Modoki EL Nino. All of these years were characterized by colder than normal conditions and above normal precipitation. I am expecting a Modoki EL Nino, which will make for a very interesting winter that may get started early. The graphic above courtesy of accuweather.com, shows a typical EL Nino, but a Modoki brings the Northern Branch of the jet stream even further south. Will be an interesting setup for sure.
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