this would be unusual but an el nino can cause this
Um, is that even possible? lol. If so, YES!
Shhhhhhhhh we dont talk about the old farmers almanac on here..
Yeah this is THE farmer’s almanac, not the old farmer’s almanac!
If you want to talk about the Old Farmers Almanac, go to THEIR website, not this one.
hey where at on the old farmers almanac says this?
Yeah the Harris Almanac and others are so off scale. Heck my area is in the middle of 3-4 regions… descriptions are vague at best… So yep lets stick with the real deal, which is right here.
This almanac is the real deal!
I like this Almanac and the Old Farmers Almanac (the Old one is actually the original Almanac, being the oldest).
So please, let’s have some civility about us and quit with the product bashing. Often times in El Nino Winters, it’s colder in the southern tier than it is in the north. This can be often attributed to blocking pushing the cold air and storm track to the south.
this is the farmers almanac not the old farmers almanac the golden rule is think before you post i talked to the editor of this book and he said that old farmers almanac was his buiseness enemy
While I do pay mind to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, and this Almanac…do I like this one better. But anyway, I’m all for more snow in South East. We need some cold and stuff, since last winter was a total bust.
I saw a report a few days ago, by a group of meteorologists, that said the I-95 corridor was going to get hit hard in late January – February.
Anyone hear anything about this? And it is possible that it could be really severe?
Certain parts of America are over due for a good winter in my opinion.
Areas like North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, and North Georgia down towards Atlanta are in for a snowy winter this 2012-2013 winter.
My mom said in South Carolina back in the 1950s theyed put clothes on the line in winter and theyed freeze so that shows how cold it can get in South Carolina.
i just said this like a week or two ago on here too, that the southeast may be worse than the northeast which is crazy!
I’m so with you on this Weatherforecaster103
I saw somewhere that this winter would be analogous to 76-77. Since I was born in 76 I asked my mother in law who remembered having to stuff cloth around the windows to keep the draft out. I also used the almanac to look at weather history and there were two snows in January of 77 inMontgomery. The lowest temp I saw that year was 5 f in Alabama.
Wow 5 thats cold.
Interesting to note that the winter of 76-77 was also the first time in recored history that Miami Florida recorded snow falling. Pensacola had two inches of snow. Snow mixed with cold rain was also reported at Freeport Bahamas wow.
My main concern for central Alabama is an ice storm which, we are way over due. We did get some ice in January of 2011 but about a quarter of an inch. The last ice storm that i can really remember was in 82 or 83. Lost power for days. I fear that being in a winter battleground area does not bode well. Typical overrunning events can occur only time will tell.
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