Weather experts say New Yorkers should be prepared to battle cold weather and snow earlier than normal.

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Accuweather believes New Yorkers will need to find their winter coats in the near future because cold weather is expected to "make an early arrival" this winter.

Carved Pumpkins in the snow
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Accuweather Senior Meteorologist Paul Pastelok believes cold air will chill the Northeast in November.

"This winter, I think, is going to be a colder one," Pastelok said. "Last winter, temperatures across these areas were right around normal, but this year, the winter as a whole is likely to average 1 to 3 degrees Fahrenheit below normal."


Accuweather also believes there will likely be “a couple of rounds of cold weather and some snow,” before Thanksgiving.

A couple of rounds of cold weather and some snow. The chance of a plowable snow is also anticipated to start early in the season with the early waves of cold air.


The number of snowstorms should ease up by mid-December. But Pasteloki believes snow will "return with a vengeance in January."

That’s the month that stands out.

People walking down sidewalks in a snow storm in a city

The Old Farmer's Almanac seems to agree with Accuweather.

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They have dubbed the upcoming winter season as the "Season of Shivers" and believe this could be one of the "longest and coldest" winters New York has seen in years.

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