La Niña and Honda Snowblowers

hs520a_pe_imglg_2The U.S. Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a cold winter with heavy snowfall this year as a weather pattern, known as La Niña, directs winter storms across the northern U.S. This same weather pattern brought snowfall in amounts that rivaled the record books in the winter of 2007/2008.
Regardless of snowfall levels, Honda snowblowers stand ready to provide snow clearing solutions in both residential and commercial situations with their wide variety of snowblowers. With ten different snowblower models available, Honda snowblowers can be customized further with a full range of options to perform at the highest level possible for any combination of factors.

Forecasts for the coming season couldn’t be more different than last year’s winter, which saw relatively light snowfall in many parts of the country. Snowfall was so light in the Northwest that many of the Olympic skiing and snowboarding events had to be delayed for adequate snow coverage to arrive. This year, the U.S. Climate Prediction Center is predicting that the winter months of December, January, and February will experience below average temperatures combined with heavier precipitation levels. The reason behind these predictions is the entrenchment of the La Niña weather pattern which cools the tropical waters in the Pacific. The cooling of tropical waters enables an area of high pressure to build into the North Pacific which then directs winter storms southward toward the northern U.S.

Should these predictions for severe winter weather prove correct, the need for Honda snowblowers will be higher than normal. Harbor Power House carries the full line of Honda snowblowers with customization options available to suit any requirements for both residential and commercial uses.

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