AccuWeather.com Chief Long-Range Forecaster Joe Bastardi believes that the current El Nino pattern will be one of the factors that determines the nature of the coming winter.
AccuWeather.com meteorologists point out that an autumn marked by adequate rainfall across much of the Central Plains states, and no hint of a return to drought conditions in the near future, could lead to an abundant spring 2007 harvest of hard red winter wheat.
AccuWeather.com Chief Long-Range Forecaster Joe Bastardi predicts that the coming winter is shaping up to be quite different than last year's.
AccuWeather.com Hurricane Center meteorologists warn that Ernesto, which roared ashore late Thursday near Long Beach, NC, is still a powerful and dangerous storm that will have repercussions throughout the Labor Day weekend.
AccuWeather.com Hurricane Center meteorologists warn that Tropical Storm Ernesto could bring heavy rains and flooding to a broad area stretching from the Carolinas to New England over the Labor Day Weekend.
AccuWeather.com meteorologists warn that the drought afflicting the Mississippi Delta and Southeast has occurred at the worst possible time for cotton farmers.
AccuWeather.com meteorologists warn that the drought afflicting the U.S. Northern Plains since last fall has compromised the spring wheat crop, which will likely have a far-reaching economic impact on the nation.
The AccuWeather.com Long Range Forecast Team, headed by Lead Meteorologist Joe Bastardi, has released its official Winter Forecast for 2005-2006.
AccuWeather.com warns that consumers in the Northeast and Midwest face a much bigger than expected increase in home-heating costs this winter.
As Hurricane Rita continues on its projected track, a worst-case scenario for the heavily populated city of Houston is unfolding.