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Winter Weather Forecast: Above-Normal Snowfall, Frequent Storms, And Bitter Cold Expected In The U.S.

The winter weather forecast for 2016-2017 includes above-average snowfall, frequent storms, and bitter cold over a large portion of the United States. Meteorologists are also predicting a long winter, with adverse weather patterns extending through spring 2017. Although winter does not officially begin until December 21, several forecasters have already published their 2016-2017 winter weather.
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