Alrighty…I dunno how many people know this…but I was glancing through the Old Farmer's Almanac…and for the South East, it says “Cold And Snowy.” Giggidy.
Now before everyone asks “what did they say about the PNW?” Or “What about the Mid-West?”… I only glanced at the South East because that's where I live…and because that has become a area of debate this winter, since a hand full of people are on the fence due to the type of La Nina we're supposed to have. But, it did say “Cold and Snowy.” Works for me. Now this kinda coincides with the, dare I say, Farmer's Almanac, because they also say for the S.E., “Cold and Wet”, or “Very Cold and Wet”. Its something along that line, but probably closer to the first one in quotation marks.
SO! With that said…what are your thoughts, and opinions?
P.S.- I was so stoked to see what the book had to say, I reached across a women's buggy to get the book, and she was beside the buggy. Rudeness much?