Tennessee El Nino Economic Impact & Forecast 2014-2015 (Ice Storms & Severe Weather)

Discussion started by robweather 4 months ago

Tennessee could be at the crossroads of the jet stream off and active El Nino winter and this could mean more snow in the lower half of the state vs. the northern part. We could see a wild run of weather from mild to cold all within a few days.  Don't be surprised to see severe weather some during the winter as we see a few periods of mild temps. We have to watch for Ice Storms in January and February.

 TENNESSEE EL NINO ECONOMIC IMPACT

GREEN GOOD NEWS      RED BAD NEWS

 gas prices GAS PRICES                LOWER 25%↓

thermoHOME HEATING                  LOWER 30%↓

CARTGROCERY STORE         HIGHER 25%↑

diningRESTAURANT SEATING   HIGHER 15%↑ 
fishingSALMON/SOME FISH        HIGHER 20%↑

skiingLOCAL SKI AREAS             LOWER 30%↓

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WEATHER RISKS 2014-2015

BLIZZARDSNOW STORMS            DOWN 25%

ICE STORM ICE STORMS                     2 STORMS

FLOOD WINTER FLOODS             RISK IS LOW

TORNADO TORNADOES                    RISK IS NONE

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