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From the W3 Weather Center...

November is the final month of autumn and in 2014 it will be a month of significant change after a tranquil, mild pattern over most of the United States.  Big blasts of cold from Canada will hit the eastern half of the nation, while an active storm track takes over from the Pacific Northwest to the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic States.  The southwest will remain mainly dry (no help for the drought) and the southern Plains will be drier than normal.

The hurricane season was much below normal, as forecast by the Skyeye Weather team last year!  Tornado numbers were up slightly from last year but well below normal, also as forecast exclusively by Skyeye Weather in late 2013.  The winter ahead?  Nasty east of the Mississippi River, warm and drier than normal in the southwest, cool and wet in the Pacific Northwest, and bitter cold around the Great Lakes, where ice will cover the Great Lakes sooner than average.  Big snowstorms are likely from the Midwest to New England with blizzards possible.

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Rich Apuzzo
Chief Meteorologist
Skyeye Weather LLC