All the weather world is abuzz today because of long-range outlooks showing the first two weeks of March featuring below normal temperatures and average to above-average precipitation.
Be ready for some colder temperatures next week. Could the colder air mean March snow? It’s way too early to tell but I can promise you that some weather sites will be posting stuff about snow (I’ve already seen some of that myself). We’ll just have to wait and see! I’ll let you know as soon as I see any legitimate indications of snow, as you know.
Below is the long-range temperature outlook for the first week of March. Notice how warm Alaska remains. They are on tap to have their warmest winter on record this season, as they have been above normal on temps most of the winter. Some places in Alaska have never seen a winter this warm (since records have been kept).