NOAA and Accuweather just released their winter forecast and Cleveland will endure... wait for it... snow and cold temperatures.
Holy crap. And here we thought December would bring us golf weather.
AccuWeather.com's Chief Long Range Forecaster Joe Bastardi has just released his official winter 2010-2011 winter forecast and is predicting a harsh winter with cold and above average snowfall across much of the northern-tier of the United States from the Pacific Northwest to the Great Lakes and into New England.
Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee and Minneapolis could be in the heaviest snow zone this upcoming winter, according to Bastardi.
So there you go — heavy snow and cold temperatures. What in the world will we do?
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