The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently released its fall weather forecast for the state of New York. Further reports say the majority of the U.S. will likely transition from a hot summer to a warm autumn.On August 17, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its 90-day fall weather forecast for the state of New York. Reports say the fall weather forecast will predict the broad weather conditions that are expected to be seen between the months of September and November.
According to Hopkins, the National Weather Service also announced a fall weather forecast stating that there is a 99% chance an El Niño will linger through the whole season and a 95% chance it will last until early 2024. Nonetheless, the NOAA’s fall weather forecast stated that the precipitation around New York is expected to be normal for the next three months.
Fall Weather Forecast Across U.S.
According to Martichoux, the fall weather forecast also revealed that the vast majority of the U.S. will most likely transition from a hot summer to a warm autumn. The Northeast and the Southwest have the highest possibility of experiencing temperatures that are above average. However, the Midwest and the Great Plains have equal chances of experiencing a warm or a cool weather.