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2020 Winter Predictions   

Precipitation - Temperatures - Snowfall

Climate Pulse Technology  - Developed by GWO


                                      United States - Alaska - Canada



                     Best Prediction of Any Organization Past 6-Years

                                         - GWO Correctly Predicted -


2013-14 Winter  warm/dry Western U.S. -  harsh winter Eastern U.S.

2014-15 Winter  warm/dry Western U.S.  - harsh winter Eastern U.S.

2015-16 Winter  warm/not as dry Western U.S.  - mild & stormy Eastern U.S.

2016-17 Winter  snowy and harsh Eastern U.S. - especially northeast

2017-18 Winter  Severe Arctic Outbreak United States - Beast from the East Europe

Purchase Includes:  U.S. Winter Prediction

1.   United States 2019 winter Predictions  ( November 2018 through March 2019)

2.   Graphics for above or below normal -  Snow - Precipitation -Temperatures

3.   Complete discussion and analysis for the 2019 winter


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United States - Alaska - Canada

2020  Winter Prediction

November 2019 through March 2020

Temperature - Snowfall - Precipitation

Climate Pulse Technology - developed by GWO

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1.  The first information form is for the Automatic Delivery of the digital prediction via email.  

2.  The Second information Form is for the PayPal  or Credit Card payment.


             After Purchase   -  You will be sent 2 E-mails

1.   First E-mail will be your receipt

2.   Second E-mail will provide a link to Download the Prediction - check your Spam mail

and download to your computer - Note where it is saved

1.  Overview - Past Predictions  
As predicted by GWO, the temperatures across the eastern two thirds of the
United States was much colder during the two winters (2013-14 and 2014-15). 
The winters were actually the coldest since the 1970s - As predicted by GWO) -
and much colder than the mild global warming period (1997-2012). 
And as predicted by GWO, the west coast remained warm and dry.
As predicted by GWO, the 2016 winter has been a typical warm El Nino winter -
and as predicted - California did not emerge from their long drought.
GWO's Climate Pulse Technology incorporates several factors for determining
the United States winter of 2017 (November 2016 into March 2017). 
Determination of the severity of the 2017 winter is based on the
Natural Climate Pulse similarties to past years, the cooling of the Artic
and expanding extent of Artic ice, positions of semi-permanent weathe
r features such as the Aleutian low pressure center,  and the presence or non
presence of an El Nino or La Nina.
Weather Patterns - 2014/15 Winter and 2014/16 Winter
Several factors determined the conditions experienced during the past three
years.  GWO predicted that the abnormally strong Pacific High would remain
in place along the West Coast of the United States, thus pushing the Aleutian
Low more northward during the three year period, including the 2016 El Nino winter.  This resulted in below normal precipitation on the west coast duirng the 2016 winter
despite an El Nino, and two very dry years prior to 2016 (as predicted by GWO).
The El Nino will end soon - so what is instore for the 2017 winter?  GWO has the\
answers - will the Pacific High remain strong?  Will the cold Arctic Vortex return\
as the Arctic cools rapidly during the late summer and fall of 2016? 
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