The predictions for this summer were for an active hurricane season. Those predictions were way off, we got nothing of note.
The predictions for this winter were for a warm winter. Instead, so far September and October have been colder than normal.
[You have to wonder if these are somehow correlated; is there some change in the weather that suppressed hurricanes this year that might also have implications for the winter, perhaps for a colder winter?]
Here's a clip from CNBC discussing October's weather. Note Joe Kernen's question about what October might suggest about the rest of the winter.
CNBC via MSN Video: Weather Trends International CEO Bill Kirk.