Normally the US is guided by what strains have been doing the rounds in the Southern Hemisphere winter and vice versa. However, we’ve also had the same massive reduction in influenza transmission, making it a tricky guess.
I’m in the middle of our flu season now. The national tally for all of 2021 to the start of last week was 408 cases, down from a non-covid average of 53,000 at this point, so a fraction of 1%. My guess would be that this provides no guide as to what strains are likely risks for your winter.