U.S. Weather Forecast: Mixed signals for the rest of December

There appear to be several conflicting signals for the overall weather pattern across North America for the rest of December. This leads to a lower confidence in the outlook. However, I am fairly confident that temperatures will continue to average above to much above normal over Alaska and into northwestern Canada during the month. This should mean that the main path for cold air will be directed down through the eastern Prairies and into Ontario and western Quebec. The main storm track may be close to the East and Atlantic coast.

Temperatures

 US Weather Forecast Mixed signals for the rest of December

Precipitation

 US Weather Forecast Mixed signals for the rest of December

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North America

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years,
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