With everything that has happened this year, we want to see if the Winter season will be just as bad. Farmers’ Almanac already came out with their winter weather predictions and they are interesting, to say the least!
Farmers’ Almanac Winter Prediction
The Old Farmers’ Almanac was first published in 1792, so it has been around for a long time. They claim to be 80% correct.
A lot of people are not going to like what the Old Farmer’s Almanac 2023-24 winter forecast is predicting, but those who love the cold will like it:
“The 2024 Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts snow, seasonable cold, and all of winter’s delights! This winter’s forecast will surely excite snow bunnies and sweater lovers alike, promising a lot of cold and snow across North America!”
Old Farmers’ Almanac Winter Weather Prediction
According to Old Farmers’ Almanac, snowfall will be above average across most snow-prone areas (excluding the Pacific Northwest) at the end of this year and the beginning of the next. In the Northeast and Midwest, snow is expected to happen the beginning of November, with storms, showers, and flurries continuing through the start of spring.
They also predict colder-than-normal temperatures will be experienced in areas that typically get snow. “Expect just the right amount of chill in the air for an afternoon of adventurous snow sports or enjoying a big ol’ mug of hot cocoa by a crackling fire,” the publication says.
Farmers’ Almanac has been in publication for over 200 years and claims to be around 85% correct!