Last winter was one of the warmest and least disruptive winters on record – especially in Europe. As a result, global supply chain disruptions were suppressed and periods of extreme cold, for all practical purposes, were absent. This winter is looking much different. The upcoming winter will be driven by three primary variables – recent trends (warmer winters/higher storm frequency), the La Niña event in the Pacific Ocean, and the Polar Vortex. The conclusion is that this winter will likely be colder than last winter and feature heightened temperatures variability in all three population zones.
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