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Snowfall Forecast 2020 - 2021

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all right hello guys how's it going in

today's video we're going to be talking

about how much snowfall you could expect

during the fall

winter and spring months of 2020 to

2021.

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now for today's comment of the day i

want to know which winner did you get

the most snowfall you've ever had in the

area you live in

also be sure to let us know where you

live of course uh in which year that was

and i'll be picking one of those for

tomorrow's video all right now let's get

into this video and first things first

we're going to be going down your

average annual snowfall this has nothing

to do with it being the year 2020 to

2021

this is every single year year in and

year out your average all right now in

the gray areas

you don't even average seeing any snow

maybe seeing flakes but no accumulation

there this does not mean

you will not see accumulation because as

we know a lot of these areas have

indeed seen accumulation before so your

hope is not all

gone uh there is usually these areas you

know see snow every once every four

years i mean unless you're in miami

then you know borderline impossible

there but if you're in the white region

here this is

the area that means you will see snow

on average at least see some snow so if

you're in the white congratulations that

means you are

expected to see snow every single year

and i know people get very greedy about

their snowfall

but just keep in mind there are always

people that see less than you

uh so if you only get an inch don't be

greedy about it there is people who

expect to see none all right now what

we're going to do is we're going to move

on and we're going to take a look at our

next

layer here

all right now if you're closed in on the

white region now you expect to see a

dusting or

flakes to about three inches of snowfall

so that extends from a lot of regions in

texas

louisiana mississippi alabama georgia

south carolina and a bit of coastal

north carolina as well obviously the

coast gets involved

a lot of areas out there west as well

and if you're in that

lighter blue region there maybe baby

blue color

you expect to see at least above three

inches of snow

so if you're in that region again most

of the united states is in this light

blue region

like i said you expect to see above

three inches of snow

on average all right now

what we're gonna do here is move on and

we're gonna take a look at our

next layer and this is gonna reveal the

region where you're gonna see

above six inches of snow on average

we're gonna see that closed in three to

six inch region

i also wanted to mention that at the end

of this video we will be showing

our snowfall anomaly forecast which will

tell you if we're expecting to see above

the normal which we're going over right

now or below the normal which we're

taking a look at right now so that's

going to be very crucial stay tuned to

the end

all right now here is that above six

inches region if you're in this

maybe ocean blue or deep blue shade you

do expect to see above six inches of

snow at least

unfortunately for me i'm actually uh in

the three to six inch region so

again don't be greedy about it i know

there's people who receive less but this

is where

my journey ends i expect to see about

three to six inches of snow i believe

actually five

inches but congratulations if you're in

the above six inch region

which again is still most of the united

states to this point

but we can see that little thin light

blue region that's where you expect to

see three to six inches of snow

areas in texas oklahoma arkansas the the

northern regions of the deep south

states and then a lot of the carolinas

as well

there all right now let's go ahead and

take it and we're gonna move on and

we're gonna take a look at that above 10

inches

region here and you can see for this

dark blue navy blue region

you expect to see at least 10 inches of

snow if you live in this darker blue

region

but again we've closed in that 6 to 10

inch region there that you can see in

that

deeper blue range there we see nashville

so a lot of tennessee is in that a lot

of the carolinas and virginia as well

oklahoma including oklahoma city

portions of texas

we also see portions there of coastal

washington and oregon

included in this six to ten inch region

here

so you expect to see anywhere from half

a foot to approaching about one

foot of snow in those regions

there okay now what we're going to do is

we're going to move on and we're going

to take a look at a region where you

expect to see above

15 inches of snow and we're just gonna

keep moving on

region by region until we get to you

know much much higher

than that uh we're still taking a look

at most of the united states expected to

see more snow

than just 10 inches though

all right now here we are taking a look

at the above 15 inches

region here and you can see it's about i

would say about 50 percent of the

country now

expects to see above 15 inches of snow

most of the west

uh and then we can see the ohio valley

the northeast portions of the

interior mid-atlantic there in the

appalachian mountains there

uh so a lot of these regions expect to

see above 15 inches of snow but if

you're in that navy blue

shade it's almost like a dark gray

looking color it hardly has any color to

it

that's where you expect to see 10 to 15

inches of snow

uh throughout that region so a lot of

central virginia the delmarva

and then portions of the central united

states as well all expect to see around

10 to 15 inches of snow

all right now let's go ahead and move on

and take a look at the above 20 inches

region here

uh and this is going to be for this pink

region where you expect to see above

20 inches of snow during the winter so

again

a lot of regions up there for the

northeast new england the

ohio valley the great lakes the upper

midwest the rockies

obviously expect to see above 20 inches

of snow

and we see that closed in area of 15 to

20 inches of snow

there within that kind of magenta or

purplish shade

there all right now let's move it on one

more and

we're going to take a look at that red

region which is where you expect to see

above

30 inches of snow so now we've kind of

split the east and the west

there is an area in between where we

don't expect to see over 30 inches of

snow

and it's not because you don't see

enough cold it's actually because you

don't see enough precipitation

obviously because north dakota and

montana are very very cold

but for the upper midwest the great

lakes and portions of new england as

well as the interior northeastern united

states all expect to see above 30 inches

of snow

alongside a lot of the rockies obviously

and then some of the mountainous

uh west coast regions there obviously

expect to see

well above 30 inches well above 100

inches actually

for a lot of those regions and we see

the closed in 20 to 30 inch region

if you're in anywhere in the pinks at

this point you expect to see anywhere

between 20 and 30 inches of snow

again stay tuned because at the end of

this video we will be talking about

compared to normal

uh if you will see above normal snowfall

or below normal snowfall so you want to

remember this number

for your area and then stay tuned for

those compared to normal numbers there

all right now there's one final region

we need to talk about here and this is

our

uh above 48 inch region here so if

you're in this kind of darker red almost

brown

shade you expect to see above 48 inches

of snow and that's the furthest we're

gonna go

uh because a lot of these regions are

just mountainous not large amounts of

populations

i see we see denver obviously and then a

lot of the rockies where a lot of people

don't live

uh upper peninsula of michigan there as

well as the

lower peninsula of michigan as well

portions of wisconsin

new england upstate new york mountainous

west virginia

you can't underestimate that because

they get a ton of snowfall there for how

far south they are and then obviously

california

oregon washington the very high

elevation regions expect to see

above 48 inches and well well well above

48 inches to be exact actually

and again now closing in that red region

if you're in the red region to this

point you expect to see

30 to 48 inches of snow throughout all

of those red regions left on the screen

by this point

all right now what we're going to do

here is we're going to move on and we're

going to take a look at compared to

normal how much snowfall you can expect

so

be sure to remember uh how much snowfall

you expect based on what we just went

over

and then we're going to compare it to

normal right now

all right now here we are taking a look

at the above

average snowfall here this is the area

that i expect based on my most recent

winter forecast to see above average

snowfall

mostly the northern half of the united

states here rockies pacific northwest up

through the upper midwest

portions of the great plains ohio valley

great lakes mid-atlantic

and northeastern united states i expect

all of them to see some slightly above

average

amounts of snowfall throughout all of

those

regions however we do have a second

shade of above average snowfall and this

is where i'm a little bit more confident

from the pacific northwest down through

the rockies i expect it to be a very

very active storm track and i think that

that's going to lead to

above average snowfall same story here

for the great lakes

the ohio valley and then in through new

england i expect these areas

to have above average snowfall as well

i'm just

as confident as this region as i am in

the one in the west so remember

if you were again for instance if you

were in the 38

or the 30 to 48 inch region you might be

bumped up into that next one where

you're expecting to see above 48 inches

for instance

or if you're in the three to six maybe

you're expecting six to ten now uh if

you're in the above average

but now we need to talk about the below

average snowfall and i understand that

most of these regions don't even see any

snowfall

but what we took into account to make

this map is if you're having above

average

uh temperatures and below average

precipitation that would translate into

below average snowfall

so this is just the result of that so i

know southern tip of texas doesn't see

snowfall

but still you have those above average

temperatures the below average

precipitation

and i guess you could say the below

average chance of snowfall because there

still is you know

a certain percent chance of snowfall uh

anywhere in the world obviously

uh although it might be uh impossibly

low

uh there is always a chance of anything

so

a lot of these regions the only notable

region i can see here that

really expects to see snowfall is there

in california mountainous california

as well as some of the very far southern

rockies there in arizona and new mexico

where you could have some slightly below

average snowfall due to the lack of

precipitation and the above

average temperatures anyway guys thank

you so much for watching this video i

really hope a lot of this made sense

let's get into your comment of the day

real quick and we have a lot of tropical

activity going on we talked about that

yesterday and i will be talking about

that in the coming days as well i just

wanted to take a break because not much

has changed since yesterday

to today except there is one more

disturbance we will be talking about

that very very soon

but i asked you guys which if any of

these do you think could

impact the united states and hurricane

mason 100 said i think the 90

may hit or impact the united states and

really that's the one that's coming off

of africa right now which i said has the

best chance to develop and be a real big

threat to the united states

uh and he thinks that or he or she

thinks that's because

the favorable conditions it will have

and its direction

on the path and i have to agree this one

actually does have a decent shot at

eventually impacting the united states

hopefully not though

although it does look to have a

concerning track and again like

uh hurricane mason 100 said pretty good

conditions moving forward

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much for watching this video

i really it's september 11th i just

wanted to say

may we never forget what happened on

that tragic day in 2001

uh and it's just really a sad day

overall in the united states and i think

it should all be on all of our minds and

if you don't live in the united states

it might not be as relevant to you

although i was thinking to myself before

i made this video shouldn't it be a big

world event not just a uh america event

because it was just a terrible day in

the entire world

and i think it really deserves more

awareness worldwide

as as just a day that we take to

remember the events that took place in

2001.

anyway guys thank you so much for

watching this video that's all i wanted

to say about that that's just my

personal thoughts

i hope you guys really enjoyed the video

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