It’s the final PBR Forecast of the season. And, the way things have gone, the end couldn’t have come soon enough. The forecasts here have been fine for the most part, but the ones over on Golden Snowball were rough. More information on the final PBR Forecast to come, but first, it’s a look back at the last outlook.
The previous forecast involved snowfall for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre from the 23rd to the 24th. The ended up with 9.5 inches total.
Bull’s Eye: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre has at least 10 inches of snow.
On Target: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre has at least 5 inches of snow.
Complete Miss: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre has less than 5 inches of snow.
A half of an inch from a Bull’s Eye, but an On Target forecast works.
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However, the GSB forecast let me down once again, and I’m still below the 1.00 goal. I need 2 Bull’s Eyes to get to 1.00. The only way to do that is for a Bull’s Eye in each the GSB and GSG forecast.
Now on to this forecast, which involves the 5 biggest U.S. cities: New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston and Philadelphia. With 2 warm weather cities and 3 colder ones, it is tough to figure something they all would have in common. So, instead, I will be comaring LA and Houston’s low temperatures with high temperatures from NYC, Chicago and Philadelphia.
Bull’s Eye: Los Angeles and Houston’s coldest lows will be warmer than New York City, Chicago and Philadelphia’s warmest highs.
On Target: Los Angeles and Houston’s coldest lows will be warmer than 2 of the three warmest highs.
Complete Miss: Any other result.
Be sure to check out the forecast over on Golden Snowball as well. Have a great week everyone!