THE FARMER’S ALMANAC

winter predictions

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According to the Farmers’ Almanac’s famous long range weather forecast, it is going to be a “teeth-chattering” cold with a lot of snow this winter. The teeth chattering winter will arrive mid-February in the following zones: Northeast/New England, Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, Midwest, and Southeast. Yes, the Southeast will be in the chill zone. An Arctic cold front will have blustery and bitter winds. There will be a big drop in temperature, and snow showers. There will be colder-than normal conditions predicted from the Continental Divide east through the Appalachians. For the Great Lakes, Midwest, New England, and Pacific Northwest it is predicted to be an above-average snowfall. There is frigid weather predicted for mid-February of next year. usual.

Also, in mid-February, it is predicted that there will be blustery bitter winds and widespread snow showers. The Almanac also forecasts an unusual snow and or wet winter across the Pacific, Northwest, Northeast, and the Mid-Atlantic states. In these regions, the thermometer will be hovering just above or just below the freezing mark, which means some of the precipitation maybe ice or freezing rain. The Farmer’s Almanac predicts that this winter will not be a mid-winter. For January to February of 2019, above normal precipitation is also forecasted for the Southeast. The rest of the nation will see normal snowfall amounts. Due to this predication of snow you might be able to have a snowball fight. Or you can ask someone if they want to build a snowman. The Almanac predicts that there will be a stormier than normal March of 2019. For 2019 the Farmers’ Almanac predicts that there will be significant snowfalls. Please prepare yourself and bundle up because Winter is coming!