Weather experts believe many New York State residents could see a Nor'easter next month.

AccuWeather 2023-2024 winter season is calling for a lot of snow for New York State.

Bad Winter Predicted For New York State

Joshua Lott
Joshua Lott

AccuWeather bluntly told Northeast residents, like New Yorkers, to "Get your snow shovels ready!"

The weather company believes "millions of people" in the Northeast will see more snow than last winter.

"A strengthening El Niño will make this winter different than last year in part of the United States. It will be colder with plenty more snow for millions of people," AccuWeather states. "This winter's weather in the Northeast is expected to be much different than last winter across most of New England and the mid-Atlantic."

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Nor'easter Possible In November In New York State

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The weather team at AccuWeather believes a major snowstorm may impact New York State in November.

"An early-season nor'easter can't be ruled out either as the ingredients for a snowstorm may come together sometime in November," AccuWeather said.

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