How’s the US Weather Forecast for 2016/2017 Shaping Up?
As we head into the fall/winter season of 2016/2017, many realtors are wondering what the weather outlook is in our region. Business entrepreneurs and consumers should take heed of weather patterns as they can affect consumer expenditure and business revenue and intentions.
The dry conditions across much of the US could spell big gains for the solar power industry. Terms such as solar shingles and power converters could become common words in homeowners vocabularies in 2017. If you own a business in this and other alternative energy sectors, I’d like to hear from you.
I’ve got a cross reference of the nation’s weather forecast from different weather reporting agencies. Let’s take a look at future precipitation, temperatures, possible storm events, and regional weather trends will denote the 2016/2017 winter cold weather season.
Selling in the Fall Season for Realtors
While there’s always been seasonality about home sales, given that most buyers wait for the spring you might already be in hibernation mode waiting for spring 2017. However, inquires about buying North American property are coming from around the world. In their locations they may be experiencing much different weather and they may see the off-season as a time to get a lower price.
Don’t close your mind to selling in the fall or winter season. There is no season for good buyers. Opportunities are rare today, and they’re ready when you make those opportunities happen for them.
The offseason is the perfect time to plan your strategy and prepare to grow your sales — don’t wait until you’re busy again.
Farmer’s Almanac Fall and Winter Forecast
Farmer’s Almanac’s Winter 2016/, 2017 Forecast is calling for cool weather in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Seattle, Minnesota and most of Canada. The southern US looks to be in for great weather this weather. With the southern prediction so balmy, where will you be spending your winter vacation in the next 6 months? I don’t think you will ever beat California for it’s constant 70 degree temps and comfort. The snow country near Denver, Salt Lake City, Tahoe, Whistler, and Boise might be the perfect year for a ski vacation.
Farmer’s Almanac’s Winter forecast is for cooler weather in the Northern US, but still above the yearly normals. That could predict a lot of snow for areas such as in Chicago, Minneapolis, Green Bay, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, New Jersey and the New England region. Tampa, Orando, and Miami should brace for a wet, humid and mild winter season. It appears California’s drought conditions will continue.
You can check out specific regional and local forecasts via Farmer’s Almanac’s Website however be forewarned that they expect you to subscribe. But go ahead and do it because they’ve got handy tips on gardening, calendars and their interesting skywatch pages.
If you live in Los Angeles, San Diego, Miami, Albuquerque, Houston, or San Francisco, the weather forecast is decidedly similar every day which we all sure appreciate when we get tired of the cold and take a vacation to your city. Yet, in other areas such as Boston, Seattle, Vancouver, Chicago, New York, Portland, Denver, the changes in temperature, precipitation, and winds are a serious matter we must prepare for. The snowy condition throughout the Northern US and Canada, certainly mean we’ll need snow tires on our vehicles. I hope someone is putting them on the driverless cars too!
Next, Let’s take a look at the National Weather Service’s predictions October to end of March 2017.
This is the temperature forecast for October for the US.
Temperature forecast for the last 3 months of 2016 for the US
Temperature forecast for the first 3 months of 2017 for the US
Weather.gov Long Range Forecast 2016
The drought conditions are expected to continue in California for the remainder of 2016 which may support dangerous wildfire conditions in some regions and cities.
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