The latest weather forecasts for winter 2022/23. Do we have to get ready for bitter frost and snow

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What will winter 2022/23 be like?

 The latest weather forecasts for the winter of 2022/23. Do we have to prepare for the bitter snow and snow

According to the portal” VOX FM “, European meteorologists have prepared synoptic models, which allow us to make preliminary assumptions about what the coming winter will be like. It cannot be denied that many of us do not miss a snowy and cold winter this season, which is mainly related to the issues of high energy prices. Will we have a warm winter in 2022/23?

What long-term forecasts for the coming winter?

The latest synoptic models show that winter this year is expected to be rather warm with little snow. Unfortunately, in mid-January 2023 we may face extremely severe frosts. Such forecasts were presented, among others, by German synoptics.

 The latest weather forecasts for winter 2022/23. Do we have to prepare for bitter frost and snow

In the experimental forecast of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, weather forecasters indicate that the temperature in December 2022 is to be within the range of the long-term standard (from 1991-2020). Precipitation is expected to be normal for the south-eastern and northern parts of the country. It will be higher in the rest of the area.

IMWM announces that in January 2023 it should be expected that the average temperature will be higher than the long-term norm. The exception will be the northern part of the country, where the temperature is to be normal. Precipitation is expected to be normal throughout Poland.

In the south-east, February 2023 is expected to bring the average temperature above the long-term norm. In the rest of the area, average temperatures are to be within the normal range. The same applies to rainfall, which above the norm should be only at midnight.

 The latest weather forecasts for winter 2022/23 Do we have to prepare for bitter mr & oacute; z inież

It is worth remembering that long-term forecasts are subject to high risk. There are too many variables that can change models. It should also be emphasized that the temperature above average does not mean that there will be no frosty days.

What winter are you counting on? Mild or severe?

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