Say goodbye to the Polar Vortex - for now.
Eastern and southern states can expect to see warmer-than-usual temperatures through Jan. 5, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecasted on Dec. 22.
It’s unlikely the Polar Vortex will return in 2016. Weather forecasters are calling for typical winter cold to return to Canada and the northern U.S. in January, not necessarily the brutal cold.
Ed Vallee, energy meteorologist with AccuWeather, is looking for heating degree days to be below normal through the New Year holiday – meaning that weather will be mild. That should put a curb on propane demand. The outlook t...