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When To Expect Your First Snowfall

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all right hello guys how's it going in

today's video we are talking about

when to expect your first snowfall for

the year of 2020 and in through the year

of 2021

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down below now for today's comment of

the day i want to know how much snow

do you want to get this winner let me

know in the comments down below and i'll

be picking one of those for

tomorrow's video now basically this

first frame

here this is going to be anywhere that

will get snow on average within the

white region if you are either in

coastal california there uh south

western arizona

you do not expect to see any snowfall on

average

within that area also for the deep south

and some of the south central united

states

on average you will receive zero

snowfall however that does not mean that

you will not see snowfall this year

because we see the areas

in within the unshaded regions here get

snowfall all the time so it isn't

absolutely

impossible just on average you wouldn't

see it although every

i would say every other winner every

three winners four winners you usually

do see snowfall if you live in these

regions you do know

that that is for sure the case but again

within the white

region you are expecting to at least see

snowfall this year so congratulations if

you're in the white

region now what we're going to do is

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

going to add a different

layer and it's going to tell a lot more

of the story

now this layer is our will get snow

before january

layer so basically if you are in the

white region uh you expect to see

snowfall within january or february or

march

uh which is kind of the peak of the

winter so you're just narrowly going to

have a period where you would typically

see some snowfall

if you're in this blue region however

you are expecting to see snowfall

december november or even october or

september depending on where you're at

but basically before january you will

have typically already seen

your for your first snowfall here within

this lighter kind of

kind of a baby blue shade there all

right now let's go ahead and add

one more layer here and this is your

will get snow before

mid december region so basically if

you're in that little tiny narrow

light blue band you're expecting to see

your first snowfall sometime in the

later half of december

if you're in that white region you're

expecting to see it after uh

january 1st and now for this deeper blue

shade you're at least expecting to get

it before

mid december so december 15th or before

meteorological winter starts on december

1st by the way

many many regions see snowfall before

december even actually

which i know is surprising to a lot of

you that do not see snowfall

that early on for some other regions but

yeah snowfall really starts

very early on in the fall actually for a

lot of regions we're actually

approaching when we are going to start

to see snow in about a month or two

that's when we're going to start talking

about snow already now what we're going

to do is we're going to move on and

we're just going to add another layer to

this

uh video here which is going to tell a

lot more of the story for a lot more

regions

all right now here is the will get snow

before december region

so basically if you're in that let's

just recap

if you're in the white region you're

expecting to see snowfall after

january 1st but you are expecting to see

snowfall in the light blue

region we are expecting to see snowfall

before

january if you're in kind of this deeper

ocean blue shade

you are you will get snow before mid

december so from december 1st to

december

15th and now if you're in this very dark

blue shade

almost navy blue you are expecting to

get snow before

december so likely within november time

frame

possibly even october or september if

you're in this deeper blue shade so this

includes the interior northeast a lot of

new england

uh the great lakes the ohio valley the

northern ohio valley that is

the midwest rockies in a lot of the

western united states as well

so already we're only a few months away

from this which is

quite interesting to say the least a lot

of people think you know winter

well snowfall obviously winter starts in

december but

a lot of people expect the snowfall to

really start mostly in december january

february but really it is going to get

going much much earlier than that

oftentimes september

uh we see a big storm somewhere in the

west uh so

i mean we're getting very awfully close

i hate to say that for a lot of people

that do not like snow in wintertime but

for the people that love

cold and snow it's coming and i'm

definitely excited for it

all right now here's another frame this

is your will get snow before mid

november

range so as you can see uh that deeper

blue shade is where you're expecting to

get snow from anywhere from november

15th through the 1st of december in that

dark blue shade you can see so chicago's

in that detroit cleveland

um i see boston is in that so yeah those

are all areas where

sometime around thanksgiving we're

expecting to get our first snowfall

now for this pink region we'll get snow

before mid-november so any time before

november 15th is when you're expecting

to get your first snowfall

this includes some of the mountainous

regions of the northeastern united

states and new england

which is always very exciting to talk

about they always get a very early

snowfall typically

sometimes even up in october we see this

area get snowfall so very

very interesting there now what we're

going to do is we're just going to move

on and we're going to add another layer

to this

to see who will get snow before november

even

it's going to be very interesting to

take a look at

all right now here is your will get snow

before november area

and as you can see some of the

mountainous regions there we see the

adirondacks the white the green

mountains there in new england and even

the interior regions

the very northern regions there of maine

and new hampshire

are expecting to get their snowfall

before november so that means october or

september

likely october for those regions also

some areas up there for the very upper

midwest so minnesota wisconsin michigan

the u.p of michigan there uh and we can

see the rockies obviously are very

included in this by time we're at

october i mean the rockies are really

going with some snowfall guys

we even see the mountainous regions

there along the pacific coast

as well so a lot of regions kind of some

higher elevation areas especially

do expect to get some snowfall in

october or september there

now let's go ahead and move on and let's

see the area where we will get snow

before october and there we go there is

some mountains there

in the rockies where we do expect to on

average get snowfall in september so we

are about a month

or two away from when we're gonna start

to see snowfall show up as a possibility

and obviously i will make a video on

that because i always get very very

excited

about that first snowfall so just to

recap if you're in the white region you

will get snow congratulations if you're

in the light

blue region you will get snow before

january so

anytime from september through december

if you're in that kind of medium blue

there you will get snow before

mid-december if you're in the deeper

blue you will get snow before december

if you're in the purple you will get

snow before mid-november

if you're in the pink you will get snow

before november and if you're in the red

you will get snow before

october so that means basically

september but it's not even unheard of

for it to be august as well

now what we're going to do is we're just

going to move on and we're going to take

a look at a piece of our

most recent winter forecast we're going

to take a look at our snowfall anomalies

because we're talking about snowfall in

this video

so i figured we'll talk about who is

expecting to see above average or below

average snowfall

this year

all right now here's the area where

we're expecting to see some above

average snowfall

uh and in my winter forecast which you

can check out it's winter forecast

number two we've come out with our

second edition already

our third edition will probably be

coming up in the coming weeks

uh as you can see we have above average

snowfall mostly for the northern united

states here very typical with a neutral

or la nina winter

very very typical there now we do have

some moderately above average snowfall

regions and this is just where we really

really expect to see a lot of snowfall

this year so as you can see the pacific

northwest in through the rockies we're

expecting an above average amount of

snow

does this mean you guys will see your

earlier snowfall than what's expected

i don't really know because it's going

to depend how september and august and

october goes

for you guys but also notice the ohio

valley the great lakes

and portions of the midwest as well all

in that moderately above average

snowfall as well

and in through the northeastern united

states and new england states as well

where i think we could have some miller

b nor'easters similar to 2014 to 2015

there

where we saw these clippers come through

and kind of go underneath long island in

southern new england and really bring a

lot of snowfall for you guys kind of

come up the coast

we've seen that in years past and i

think that could be a quite common storm

track this year but you know nothing's

guaranteed so we'll just really really

have to see how that storm track plays

out the only thing i do know is i do not

expect a lot of miller a nor'easters

which you if you are unfamiliar with

what that is basically it's the type of

nor'easter that comes from the gulf

and moves all the way up the east coast

we're not gonna have an active gulf golf

system that comes through or a pattern

that brings storms through that area

so i really think we're not going to see

a lot of militaries this year

let's go ahead and move on and take a

look at where we could see some below

average snowfall

and as you can see basically for the

extreme southern united states

especially the southwestern united

states there

we're expecting less precipitation than

what is typical there for

california nevada arizona new mexico

texas

and that's really just going to lead to

a little bit less of a chance for

snowfall on average obviously because if

there's less precipitation coming

through

less snowfall is going to be coming

through as well also same story for the

southeastern united states in the deep

south

again not really going to have an active

storm track coming through that

region all right now for today's comment

of the day yesterday was our august

forecast so i asked you guys

how do you want august to go and josh

patterson said

for my area i hope there is more rain in

august than there has been for the last

few months

and i think a lot of you agree with that

because there has been some areas that

have been very very

dry this summer so i'm sure a lot of you

are hoping for a lot of precipitation

coming up

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