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    Noaa says la nina is off the table

    http://www.theindychannel.com/storm-...able-says-noaa

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    The totality of what I've heard and read has substantially lowered my expectations about the coming winter. If I had to, I'd bet that 2016-2017 will be mild. The only saving grace will be the painful memories of 2015-2016 which will help to make this winter seem better than it actually will be.

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    La Nada is not bad for us. ENSO is overrated as a predictor in New England unless it is super strong like last year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Los View Post
    The totality of what I've heard and read has substantially lowered my expectations about the coming winter. If I had to, I'd bet that 2016-2017 will be mild. The only saving grace will be the painful memories of 2015-2016 which will help to make this winter seem better than it actually will be.

    I'll be more than happy to eat crow.


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    Anything that you've read or heard about is just a guess. It's way to early to actually know what will happen. Heck they couldn't even tell where that hurricane was going one day out.
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    Let's hope today's temps/dew_points will be the last of the worst for the rest of the year.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbog View Post
    Let's hope today's temps/dew_points will be the last of the worst for the rest of the year.....
    Indeed! 90 degrees in Boston today is completely unacceptable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeggous View Post
    La Nada is not bad for us. ENSO is overrated as a predictor in New England unless it is super strong like last year.


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    Anything would be great indeed. Temperatures being lower around the holiday time would be a great start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jully View Post
    Indeed! 90 degrees in Boston today is completely unacceptable.
    Only a few degrees above what's predicted for Bangor(87 F).
    Always much more comfortable up at Moosehead and above....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jully View Post
    Indeed! 90 degrees in Boston today is completely unacceptable.
    F*** this summer already. I've never spent so much powering A/C.

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    Bring on the heat now! I love it, the hotter the better!

    Get it over with so we have a normal winter.

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