Ready for winter? Forecasters are, with some seeing big cold
Adjusting to Minnesota weather is an acquired skill. So is predicting it.
So when Minnesota meteorological sage Paul Douglas heard Thursday that national forecasters had predicted a colder, wetter winter with a swoop of polar vortex, he responded with a pause. Then he said, “Well, it’s a little like predicting now how your fantasy football team is going to be doing in January. You can’t do it.”
That didn’t stop him from venturing a prediction: This winter will be “a little more formidable” than last year’s.