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2016 U.S. fall forecast...not looking good for california
As the weather pattern transitions to La Niña this fall, warm weather is predicted across much of the eastern United States. Meanwhile, developing dryness and worsening drought conditions will grip the majority of the western U.S. The Northwest may mark the only exception where cooler air will rule as a result of frequent showers.

Warm, dry weather to dominate fall across the Northeast, mid-Atlantic 
Those anticipating the turn to cool fall weather will have to wait longer than usual this year as a warm, dry start to the season is in store for the Northeast and mid-Atlantic.
Typical cool shots will hit the region at times in October and November, but prolonged chilly weather will wait until late in the fall for most areas.
"As far as Philadelphia and New York City, I would expect that you're not going to see many arctic shots or cold shots to spoil your plans here in the fall," AccuWeather Expert Long-Range Forecaster Paul Pastelok said.


severe drought where iam..and developing dryness where you are mc

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They forgot to put wet for TN. Warm we have. Not record breaking warm but steady high 80s to mid 90s. What isn't mentioned is the tropical levels of humidity and what seems like daily pop up thunder storms that don't help with the heat and make things seem more humid.

Mold is an issue in the garden this year along with mosquitos. I'll have the hudson sprayer out again tomorrow spraying neem all over the yard and into the woods just to keep the wife from being carried away by the swarms of skeeters.
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