Last year, our extended weather forecast for Canada called for a “frosty flip flop” winter. And for all intents and purposes, that’s what transpired. What started out as a cold December in the West and mild in the East, flipped to mild conditions in the West and cold in the East (January), and remained that…
Our Long Range forecasts fared well. The Farmers’ Almanac predicted winter weather 2021-2022 to be a “frosty flip flop winter” and that’s what we got! We also warned our readers of a few big, unusual storms that would come to pass: An early-season nor’easter at the end of October and a late-season blizzard during the…
Every year we take a look back at our previous winter forecast. How accurate was the “Winter of the Great Divide”? Find out!
We take look back at the winter of 2020-2021. How did our Canadian forecast do?
Before we look ahead at the upcoming winter, we like to take a look back at last year’s forecast. So how did our Polar Coaster forecast fare?
Each year, before we launch our winter forecast, we like to take a look back at the prior year’s predictions. How did we do? Here are the highlights of winter 2018-19.
Who can forget last winter? As we get ready to release our 2018-19 winter weather outlook, we thought we’d take a look back. How did we do with last year’s forecast?
A recap of the major weather events accurately predicted by the Farmers’ Almanac going back to 1954. Read on to enjoy these old Farmers’ Almanac weather forecasts.