2019 NOAA Winter outlook
This 2019-20 Winter Outlook map for temperature shows warmer-than-average temperatures are likely for much of the U.S. this winter.

(KMOV.com) -- The Winter Weather Outlook from NOAA's Climate Prediction Center came out today.

They are predicting warmer-than-average temperatures are forecasted for much of the U.S. this winter.

NOAA precipitation outlook 2019
This 2019-20 Winter Outlook map for precipitation shows wetter-than-average weather is most likely across the Northern Tier of the U.S. this coming winter.

Cold weather is expected and some areas could still experience a colder-than-average winter.

Unlike last year, we will not have the presence of El Nino or La Nina, which means we are in for a neutral year.

According to 4Warn Chief Meteorologist Steve Templeton, in St. Louis we have equal chances of below/above normal temperature and precipitation.

There's no clear signal at this time which way winter will go.

For more information on NOAA's prediction, click here.

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