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The above information was available to subscribers in our preliminary U.S. winter weather report (Issued in June 2013) - in reference to the early December snowstorms in the Northeast & Midwest + the record-breaking winter conditions of 2013/14
The 8 month ahead Exacta Weather USA forecast stated the following highly accurate forecast information:
An EARLY start to winter is also likely to develop prior to the official start of winter (21st December), which is likely to bring multiple snow storms across some central and Northeastern parts of the country, even some southern areas and parts of the Mid-Atlantic region may be vulnerable to some unusually early wintry weather and ice storms.
Although northern and central parts of the country are more probable to be the worst-hit areas for snow this winter, many parts of the country are likely to experience a number of snow events at times throughout this winter too, even in parts that don't generally experience snowfall, for example Florida. Florida's citrus crops are also likely to be hampered due to the frequent cold snaps that are likely to develop. The snowy conditions will also be accompanied by prolonged periods of well below-average temperatures and extremely icy conditions/ice storms into spring.
The major snow events that are likely to make headline news will occur in Northeastern, eastern, and Midwestern parts of the country throughout December 2013 and January 2014, especially in parts of New York City and Chicago. Some southern and Mid-Atlantic parts of the country are also likely to experience some frequent and unusually early shots of winter weather that will persist into the spring period too.
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New York and the Northeast/eastern United States may also see certain temperature records being broken, with the possibility of some snow records being breached too (in December and January).