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Thread: El Nino forming - hope for next winter

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    Default El Nino forming - hope for next winter

    http://www.mlive.com/weather/index.s..._river_default

    ut El Niño can have a dramatic effect on Michigan's winter. In fact, one of the strongest correlations is a strong El Niño and warmer than normal temperatures during winter in the Great Lakes and northern Plains.
    Yes, you read that correctly. If El Niño becomes strong there is a good chance our temperatures in Michigan will be warmer than normal next winter. In fact, the second graphic is showing the Climate Prediction Center's temperature forecast for next December, January, and February. They may be already trying to reflect that warming effect on our winter.
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    Dont tease me.

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    We’re living in Michigan. El Niño or not most of us won’t ride our bikes through the winter months. The only salvation to this dreaded cold is that mythical global warming. Go figure,just; as we need global warming I believe science is about to expose that as a hoax.

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    I'll believe it next Feb.
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    Fuck michigan in the winter EL NIÑO or not I won't stay there in the winter. May thru September for me !!!!!!!!!!!

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    Amen

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    I'll take it!

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    after this shitty winter, it don't matter to me what happens. I have 5 more years here and i'm closing for winter for now on. I do most of my building in the 3 other seasons so theres no point in wasting money heating the garage anymore

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    Good luck - real data shows otherwise. These harsh winters, historically, come in several year cycles. All real data supports an even harsher winter next year. Buck up campers it's going to be a tough ride. And lower temps in this summer due to the harsh winter - which means = great riding weather all summer.
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    How is lower summer temps better riding weather?

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