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October 2010 (201010) DynaPred Seasonal Model Predictions are presented here as opened GIF files; JPG, other files available upon request. For two months after release also directly downloadable under What's New ).  Temperature is presented first, then precipitation, each followed by narrative description.  The Press Release follows with selectable text classifying US states into Above Average, Near Average, or Below Average.  Several states are descriptively subdivided as pattern contrasts suggest.  Interested in future months or additional detail? Product Sales information is available at Home or Services pages.  More detailed examples, including site specific or regional (Oregon Coastal Precipitation), are in Predictions

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October 2010 temperatures predicts to be near seasonal average west of a line from Texas to Chicago with east predicting warm.

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October 2010 precipitation predicts seasonal east of the Rockies. The Southwest will be dry, the northwest wet.

Press Release:Dynamic Predictables–-October 2010 OUTLOOK issued 3 PM CDT 20100914

Dynamic Predictables releases to the public monthly their Atlas First Stage predictions for 30-day mean temperature and cumulative precipitation predictions on the Tuesday prior to the third Thursday of each preceding month. Graphics with pattern and trend information for the United States NCDC climate divisions can be viewed at: http://www.dynamicpredictables.com

October 2010 temperatures predicts to be near seasonal average west of a line from Texas to Chicago with east predicting warm.

October 2010 precipitation predicts seasonal east of the Rockies. The Southwest will be dry, the northwest wet.

** All areas have a prediction. There is no default to climatology (EC), i.e. an equal likelihood of ABOVE AVERAGE, NEAR AVERAGE, and BELOW AVERAGE.**

DYNAPRED 1ST STAGE (SEASONAL) MODEL OCTOBER 201010

ST   TMP PCP   ST   TMP PCP   ST   TMP PCP        

WA    A   W    OR    A   W                        

CA    C   D    ID    A   W                        

NV    A   D    MT    A   W    AZ    A   D         

WY    A   D    UT    A   D    CO    A   D         

NM    A   D    ND    A   A    SD    A   D         

NE    A   W    KS    A   A                        

OK    A   A    TX    A   A    MN    W   A         

IA    W   A    MO    W   A    AR    W   A         

LA    W   A    WI    W   A    IL    W   A         

MS    W   A    OH    W   A    KY    W   A         

MI    W   A    IN    W   A                        

TN    W   A    AL    W   A    NY    W   A         

VT    W   A    NH    W   A    ME    W   A         

MA    W   A    CT    W   A    RI    W   A         

PA    W   A    NJ    W   A                        

WV    W   A    MD    W   D    DE    W   A         

VA    W   A    NC    W   A    SC    W   A         

GA    W   A    FL    A   W                        

                 LEGEND                  
  TEMP TO NORMAL         PCPN   TO MEDIAN       
  W -ABOVE (WARM)        W – ABOVE (WET)      
  A –NEAR AVERAGE        A – NEAR AVERAGE     
  C -BELOW (COOL)        D – BELOW (DRY)        
Contact:   GREGG SUHLER at 1-573-815-0520 or
SUHLERG@DYNAPRED.COM
       AL PETERLIN  at 1-717-731-8804 or
Al.Peterlin@dynapred.com

November 2010 Temperature and Precipitation Atlas First-Stage Predictions will be released on Tuesday October 19, 2010 at 3PM CDT (2000GMT).

 

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