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Experts see return to ‘old-fashioned winter’ this year

Burnt Hills Hardware mechanic/power equipment salesman Tom Ogle positions new snow shovels into place on Tuesday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Burnt Hills Hardware mechanic/power equipment salesman Tom Ogle positions new snow shovels into place on Tuesday morning.
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Remember how springlike last winter was? Well, don’t expect a rerun. Weather-watchers are predicting that winter’s not going to play nice two years in a row. According to CBS 6 meteorologist Chris Gloninger, the Northeast is heading into an El Nino weather pattern, which traditionally brings with it higher-than-average precipitation and lower-than-average temperatures. “At this point it looks like all signs are pointing to an above-average setup for both snowfall and a cooler-than-average winter,” he ...


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ThePhilistine
September 26, 2012
11:14 a.m.

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Bs

newyorker65
September 26, 2012
2:48 p.m.

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BS indeed!

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