Weak sun and El Nino events may create a colder and snowier than normal winter season in much of the eastern half of the USA

 

The fast approaching solar minimum and its potential impact on the upcoming winter season By Meteorologist Paul Dorian Overview In the long term, the sun is the main driver of all weather and climate and multi-decadal trends in solar activity can have major impacts on oceanic and atmospheric temperatures. In addition, empirical observations have shown Weak sun and El Nino events may create a colder and snowier than normal winter season in much of the eastern half of the USA

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