This winter, Maine has captured plenty of weather headlines. While bitter cold and ice have dominated the news, one interesting stat has slid through the cracks.
Since July 1st, around 20 #earthquakes of Magnitude 0.5 or greater have occurred in Maine. 6 of tho
The Weather Company has just released their temperature and precipitation forecast for December, January, February, March and April. They say a La Nina pattern should hold through the winter months, so what does that mean for Maine?
WSI, a division of The Weather Company, has issued their January through March 2016 outlook update. The forecast includes the potential for a significant cold snap in parts of the central and eastern states starting in the middle portion of January.
The Weather Channel has released its late fall and winter temperature outlook for 2013-2014. Chief Meteorologist Dr. Todd Crawford says, 'we do foresee colder-than-normal temperatures across the Midwest into the mid-Atlantic and Southeast in November and potentially into early December.'