BK residents may soon have to get their winter coats out of storage

Residents in Brooklyn and the city are enjoying the unseasonably warm weather this fall, but it won't last forever. News 12 Meteorologist Joe Rao says

BROOKLYN - Residents in Brooklyn and the city are enjoying the unseasonably warm weather this fall, but it won't last forever. News 12 Meteorologist Joe Rao says there will be a lot of storms this winter and he is also predicting a cold Thanksgiving. Rao says the last few Novembers have been mild and they were followed by a number of winter snowstorms. He is calling for 11 to 30 inches of snow this winter. While many residents and enjoying the warmer weather, some say they are afraid it?s a sign that global warming is taking its toll.

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