22 December 2015
Why Meteorologists Don’t Go By The Same Seasons You Do
Posted by Dan Satterfield
To most folks today marks the first full day of winter in the Northern Hemisphere, but to we meteorologists, it’s been winter since the first of December. NOAA’s National Climate center has written a nice piece today on why we do it that way. Click the image below to read it, and you will see that it makes a lot of sense.
It may not feel like winter int he Eastern U.S. or in Western Europe but there are signs that the rare December warmth of 2015 may disappear with the year…