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a picture of the typical el nino pattern
Probably everyone has heard we are in an El Nino pattern. What does this mean for us in southeastern North Carolina and northeastern South Carolina? As you can see from the graphics below...our area should see near normal temperatures with above normal precipitaion. After a cool start to December...conditions seem to be trending in that direction.
a picture of the three month temperature forecast
As you can see from the graphic below...there is a good chance temperatures will be normal for our area while the northern tier of the United States has higher chances of above average temperatures.
a picture of the three month precipitation forecast
The graphic below shows most of the southern United States...including our area...has a better than equal chance of higher than normal precipitation for January...February...and March.
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