Farmer’s Almanac released the winter forecast and you’re probably not going to like it

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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!

Old Farmers’ Almanac Winter Prediction

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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 2022-23 winter forecast is predicting:

“This winter will be filled with plenty of shaking, shivering, and shoveling.”

Farmers’ Almanac Winter Weather Prediction

Farmers’ Almanac has predicted that the Southeast and South Central states may face some warmer weather whereas the Great Lakes areas, and Northeast and North Central regions will have some extremely cold weather. The western half of the country should be able to avoid the brisk winter ahead as temperatures could reach 40° below zero even through mid-January for other parts of the country.

They even suggest stormy weather for the eastern part of the country which means some may get snow while others will get more slushy mush. As we see it, January 2023 will be the stormiest for areas like Texas and Oklahoma. Heavy snow is predicted for the first week. Sadly, a dry winter is what Southwest states will have which doesn’t help with their drought situation.

Farmers’ Almanac has been in publication for over 200 years and claims to be around 85% correct!

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1 thought on “Farmer’s Almanac released the winter forecast and you’re probably not going to like it”

  1. Linda Reeder

    They were wrong this year.  We had a white Christmas and dangerous frozen roads for the first time in a very long time here at the beach, Long Beach Peninsula, Washington State.  Keep your eye out, and stay safe!!

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