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More on the winter and recent model failings

By: Levi32, 1:17 AM GMT on December 10, 2011

Here's another video talking about the winter and how the models have failed so far during the first week of December, and why the month overall should end up a lot warmer than was forecasted by many. I have never been in on winter forecasting, and I'm only talking so much about the winter this year because of all of the cold forecasts I have seen, which I find puzzling, so I'm trying to show that they should be wrong about this winter if the pattern continues. We shall just see what happened after it's all over in March.



We shall see what happens!



Updated: 1:18 AM GMT on December 10, 2011

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