Forecasters Predict A More Typical Winter

November 6, 2014

By Pat Batcheller

"We still could have normal snowfall, it’s just that snowfall may be fluffier."

National Weather Service meteorologist Rich Pollman on the winter outlook for Metro Detroit.

The National Weather Service says this winter may be a little colder than normal in Metro Detroit. But meteorologist Rich Pollman says it won’t come close to last winter’s record cold. He tells WDET’s Pat Batcheller that was a rare event. The forecast calls for slightly colder than normal to near normal temperatures this winter as well as normal snowfall. Last winter was the snowiest on record in Metro Detroit. Click on the audio links above to hear the conversation.

The winter outlook is here.