Forecasters predict that the state has a 40-50% chance of seeing above-normal temperatures.

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Forecasters predict that the state has a 40-50% chance of seeing above-normal temperatures.

Despite an early glimpse of fall this week in which temperatures plunged into the 50s, Florida is expected to experience warmer-than-normal temperatures this winter, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The prediction was announced Thursday during a teleconference. Experts from the agency said the U.S. will experience its third consecutive year of La Niña, which has happened only twice before — in the mid-1970s and around the year 2000. The phenomenon typically brings colder temperatures and above-average rainfall to the northern part of the U.S. and higher-than-average temperatures and less rain to the South, according to the National Weather Service.

The NOAA predicts that from December of this year to February of next year, Florida will have a 40-50% chance of above-normal temperatures.

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