Coldest winter in the decade, next?
And, how will affect my going to tango?
The U.S. Northeast may have the coldest winter in a decade because of a weak El Nino, a warming current in the Pacific Ocean, according to Matt Rogers, a forecaster at Commodity Weather Group.
“Weak El Ninos are notorious for cold and snowy weather on the Eastern seaboard,” Rogers said in a Bloomberg Television interview from Washington. “About 70 percent to 75 percent of the time a weak El Nino will deliver the goods in terms of above-normal heating demand and cold weather. It’s pretty good odds.”
If you don’t like winter, it’s not looking good,
“It could be one of the coldest winters, or the coldest, winter of the decade,” Rogers said.
Sure, some worry about commodity futures. I want to know if I can make it to tango.
You have to have your priorities straight.
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