Promises must be kept. So, dear prediction models, don’t fool us. Every promise, as they say, is a debt and let’s say dear old Winter will surely have debts. Debt years, at least 2-3 years during which he promised pandemonium – weather, of course – and then left us dry.
Well, that’s not good. Now that some predictions have relied heavily on the winter awakening, we can believe it. We can hope that the season, after the anti-hurricane bogeyman, is about to change. This time for real.
Maps turn blue. Both those geographical factors and those of temperatures. It is important that both acquire this color, because the result will be only one: hail. Arctic cold, very cold, cold capable of making it snow at very low altitudes.
If so, Jan will not be denied. January will fully confirm the reputation of the winter month, like February, and sometimes March.
promises? Could. Ours, mind you, are not promises. Our analytics are models of analytics, and as such should be taken into consideration. Not that it is unreliable, keep in mind that it should simply be taken with a grain of salt because we know all too well how volatile the promises of cold-oriented modeling can be. Especially in the presence of such a vortex polar force.
The truth is come today come tomorrow we make a good mouth. Articulate weather, as sentimental weather calls it, can arrive between the middle and last ten days of January. It must be said that the hinge really slaps.
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