The weather is a thing of the past, but winter is still coming, and so is the heat.
The sun is shining, but temperatures are still hitting 110 degrees in the Central Plains.
A lot of us aren’t prepared for this.
A new study released by the US Weather Service shows that more than a third of US counties will get above average temperatures this winter.
And a whopping 37% of counties will be in the mid-30s.
What do these numbers mean for us?
Well, the weather is still going to be a challenge, but the odds of it staying like this are slim.
But, as a warmer winter means we’re getting more sunshine, the warmer the weather, the more of a chance we have to get into a great deal of heat.
It’s just a matter of whether we can stay warm.
So what does this mean for your home?
Here are some tips for planning ahead for the next few weeks.1.
Plan ahead for cold.
A lot of the areas covered in the study, like parts of central Arizona and the Central Rockies, are going to get colder, which will increase the chance that you’re going to end up at the end of your driveway.2.
Consider putting a thermometer in your garage to gauge your temperature.
A temperature reading in the 40s or 50s is pretty common, but it can get hot in a garage.3.
If you’re in a big city, consider buying a heat lamp for your garage.
A few of these can heat up to 120 degrees.4.
If you live in an area with a lot of other people in the area, consider renting out your house to others to help with heating costs.
That way, you won’t have to deal with heat spikes.5.
In some areas, like the Northeast and the Midwest, you may need to pay more for heat, but if you live close to a river or stream, there are fewer costs associated with running it. 6.
As winter nears, consider hiring a professional plumber to help you with your home heating needs.
Don’t worry about your furnace, your furnace is only a temporary fix until the next storm comes.
Your house will probably still be hot and you’ll have to be ready to get in and out of it, but that doesn’t mean it won’t get warmer in the summertime.
The warmer you can handle the heat, the better off you’ll be.
And finally, it’s good to keep in mind that while you might have to stay outside a little longer, you will still get to spend the winter with the sun shining, warm, and safe.