Paul, California, Senior Meteorologist discussed on Real Estate Today

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You get some Arctic air mixed in. I see now finally Paul let's look at the west. Now, we all know that they had an absolutely devastating series of wildfires having California. What should they expect this coming winter? Are they going to see some relief? Well, the effects of the fire. Fires are still going to go on. It may not be that. There's fires going on. It's the what's burned areas that are left. We've already seen punishment ready. As far as heavy rain and snow in the northwest, and that will continue to go on for a little while, but it may shift farther south again into central northern California area that really would like to miss this kind of situation at least get some rain. But not heavy are thinking is is that January could be a rough month, especially late December and into the middle part of January could be pretty active in that can lead to mudslides and in housing damage and in water problems as well. So that's an area of the country. We've got to watch their but far interior west not as bad and may ease back during the course of the winter season a challenging winter ahead. So Paul for sellers who might want to schedule an open house or for buyers who might want to go house hunting, and for either one who's going to closing they really need to pay attention to the forecast this coming winter. Yes. Especially in the. Eastern half of the nation and also a little bit on the west coast. And if you own a house again backup generators make sure you have those and those prone areas, make sure your heating systems are working fine. You don't wanna lose power in case that cold snap comes in January on you. The look ahead. Really good point Paul. What Paul I really appreciate you coming on the show today and talking about the winter weather outlook. Thank you. Welcome. Save. Paul pass deluxe senior meteorologist and head of the long range forecasting department at.

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