Several seasonal forecasters say it's too soon to cancel winter.
The 2014 winter solstice occurs today at 6:03 p.m. Eastern Time.
The increase in snow cover extent this October in Eurasia was fast and furious. That's a compelling signal, says forecaster Judah Cohen, that the East faces a cold and snowy winter.
There's arguably no better time to photograph Washington than during autumn. 2014 didn't disappoint.
We have released our winter outloook for 2014-2015 and unveiled how much snow we expect. Now here's your chance.
We favor another cold winter, not dissimilar to last winter. While we are forecasting less snow than last winter, we still expect slightly above normal amounts.
Forecasts for a cold, snowy winter in the Mid-Atlantic have formed a choir, and two Baltimore meteorologists joined it last night.
This may portend more drought for the West Coast this winter, and cold, stormy conditions in the East.
This Sunday at 2 a.m. ET, November 2, daylight saving time ends. At this moment, we set our clocks back an hour, and enter standard time.
"Snowfall forecasting is hard," writes FiveThirtyEight. We agree.