Enjoy the warm weather now, because meteorologists are forecasting a snowy winter. All signs indicate this winter will be a real "doozy," said Dr. David Ball, a meteorology professor at Ball State University, "The long range forecast calls for near average temperatures with above average precipitation," Call said. "The large-scale setup of the atmosphere looks similar to last year. Given the winter of 2010-11 was one of the top 10 snowiest winters for Georgetown, I suggest being ready for another snowy winter."
Meteorologists Predict Snowy Winter
By Mike Scogin, Georgetown News-Graphic • Oct 27, 2011