- The Other Farmers' Almanac Is Predicting a Cold, Snowy Winter and We Don't Know Who to Believe
- 2018-2019 Winter Outlook
The Other Farmers' Almanac Is Predicting a Cold, Snowy Winter and We Don't Know Who to Believe
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Don't toss those snow boots just yet: Just days after The Old Farmer's Almanac forecasted a warm, wet winter, the other Farmers' Almanac has predicted the exact opposite: A long, cold, snowy winter. In particular, the Northeast, Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, Midwest, and even Southeast can expect "teeth-chattering" temperatures due to a cold front in mid-February, according to the Almanac. Those bummed about the OFA's forecast of more rain and less snow this season will be happy to hear that they may get a white Christmas after all: The Almanac predicts plenty of snowfall in the Great Lakes states, Midwest, and central and northern New England they even offer month-to-month predictions. Above-normal precipitation is also expected in the Pacific Northwest, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic States, whether in the form of ice, rain, or freezing rain. Even the Southwest and Southeast will reportedly be wet in December and early , respectively.
Winter will be milder and drier than normal, with below-normal snowfall in places that normally receive snow. The coldest periods will be in mid- to late.
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By Steve Novak For lehighvalleylive. OK, look. It's way too soon to start talking about winter. We know that. Winter doesn't start until Dec.
Category: Winter Weather. In my last article, I primarily discussed the big picture and detailed the regions that could be at risk for wintry precipitation this weekend. Is it really that time of year again already? For most of us, we skipped fall and went straight into winter last month. Although wintry precipitation has already. Introduction It is that time of the year.
At a glance, the map looks very disheartening for all of us hoping for a cold and bountiful winter. Related: Get ready for winter with all the latest jackets, beanies and more. How come you ask? For one, winter is still months away, and there is no telling how storm systems will form. Furthermore, on-hill conditions have long been dependent on individual storms and forecasts specific to mountain regions, not 6-month out predictions based on animals signals, cloud types, and pig spleens. When looking at the map we can see that the only geographical area that can really tout a big winter looks to be the Southwest, where they will see snowy conditions and a colder than average season.
2018-2019 Winter Outlook
Guess what? It will snow this winter, we can promise you that.
Hurricane Dorian is forecast to strengthen into a major hurricane while moving north of the Bahamas early this weekend. The risk of life-threatening storm surge, devastating hurricane-force winds, as well as heavy rainfall and flooding, continues to increase across the northwestern Bahamas and Florida peninsula late this weekend into early next week. Note: The following information is based on a long-term snowfall study conducted by WFO Norman staff. The study was used to write a technical memorandum entitled "Monthly and Geographic Distribution of Heavy Snow Events in Oklahoma, After sifting through more than 50 years of daily snowfall reports in Oklahoma, forecasters at WFO Norman have identified heavy snow events that occurred within the Sooner State between January and April Note that there may have been additional events that were not reported.