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NOAA’s Fall 2023 Weather Predictions: What To Expect

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently released its 90-day forecast, which provides valuable insight as to the wide range of weather conditions we should prepare to see between now and November.

As the days grow shorter and temperatures, slowly, begin to cool, the transition from summer to fall brings with it a shift in weather patterns across the U.S. Understanding these changes is crucial for effective Business Continuity and Weather Preparedness planning. To help businesses and facilities navigate the upcoming season, we turn to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for their fall 2023 weather predictions.

Temperature Trends

NOAA’s fall temperature predictions for 2023 suggest a mixed bag of conditions across the country. The West Coast and parts of the Southwest, including California, Nevada, and Arizona, are expected to experience warmer-than-average conditions with above-average temperatures. This continuation of warmer conditions is attributed to persistent high-pressure systems and ongoing drought concerns in these regions. Residents should prepare for an extended fire season and potential heatwaves.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, the central and eastern portions of the United States, including the Midwest and the Northeast, may experience cooler-than-average temperatures during the fall season. This cooling trend is largely influenced by the La Niña phenomenon, which often brings colder and wetter conditions to these regions.

Precipitation Forecasts

NOAA’s fall precipitation forecasts provide insights into potential rainfall patterns and their implications. The NOAA predicts above-average precipitation for the Midwest and Northeastern states, primarily due to the influence of La Niña. Residents should be prepared for the possibility of heavy rainfall, which could lead to localized flooding. Unfortunately, the Southwest, which has been grappling with drought for several years, is expected to see below-average precipitation.

Notable Weather Events

Beyond temperature and precipitation trends, the NOAA’s predictions also highlight potential weather events that could impact the fall season. For example, the Atlantic hurricane season typically peaks in late summer and early fall. NOAA’s experts are closely monitoring tropical storm development in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, with the possibility of hurricanes making landfall in the southeastern United States. Residents in hurricane-prone areas should stay informed and be prepared.

Also as colder air moves in, the northern states may experience early snowfall and winter storms. NOAA advises residents in these areas to prepare for winter weather conditions, including snow accumulation and icy roads.

In preparing for the fall season of 2023, the NOAA’s weather predictions offer helpful guidance of what to expect in terms of temperature trends, precipitation forecasts and notable weather events. While some regions may experience warmer and drier conditions, others may face cooler temperatures and increased rainfall. It is essential for businesses, organizations and facilities of all kinds and sizes to stay informed and take necessary precautions to mitigate costly unplanned outages caused by weather-related threats.

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