Farmers’ Almanac Releases an Extreme Winter Forecast for 2022-23

Farmers' Almanac releases its extended winter weather forecast. Get ready to shake, shiver, and shovel!

Are you Ready to Shake, Shiver, and Shovel?


Lewiston, ME:
Every year since 1818, the Farmers’ Almanac provides an extended weather forecast that helps people plan ahead. This year, with the extreme summer weather conditions broiling the country, and the growing concern over the rising costs of heating oil, Farmers’ Almanac is releasing its winter weather forecast earlier than ever. The 2023 Farmers’ Almanac, which hits the store shelves on August 15, is warning readers that this winter will be filled plenty of shaking, shivering, and shoveling.

How Cold?
Shivery temperatures are predicted to rattle warm weather seekers in the Southeast and South Central states, but the real shivers might send people in the Great Lakes areas, Northeast, and North Central regions hibernating. According to the Almanac, the North Central States are forecast to experience extremely cold temperatures, (possibly 40° below zero!) especially during mid-January.

Areas in the western half of the country should escape major shivers, with an overall forecast of brisk temperatures predicted in the Northwest and mild temperatures in the Southwest.

Shovel Worthy
The Farmers’ Almanac suggests a stormy winter in on schedule especially for the eastern half of the country. For some areas this may mean snow, but for others it will result in more slush and mush.

January 2023 looks to be the stormiest for many areas including Texas and Oklahoma, where heavy snow is predicted during the first week. Unfortunately, a dry winter is predicted for the Southwest states, which won’t help the drought situation.

Year-Long Guide to Great Living
The 2023 Farmers’ Almanac offers 16 months of weather prediction starting with September 2022 going through December 2023.  New for the 2023 edition are weather summaries and maps for all four seasons in 2023.

Last year, the Almanac predicted many of the 2021-2022 winter storms, most notably: the early-season nor’easter in the end of October, and the unusual blizzard in the last week of April (in parts of Montana, Wyoming, and the Dakotas).

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Farmers’ Almanac Releases an Extreme Winter Forecast


Lewiston, ME:
Every year since 1818, the Farmers’ Almanac provides an extend weather forecast that helps people plan ahead. This year, with the extreme summer weather conditions broiling the country, and the growing concern over the rising costs of heating oil, Farmers’ Almanac is releasing its winter weather forecast earlier than ever. The 2023 Farmers’ Almanac, which hits the store shelves on August 15, is warning readers that this winter will be filled plenty of shaking, shivering, and shoveling.

How Cold?
Shivery temperatures are predicted to rattle warm weather seekers in the Southeast and South Central states, but the real shivers might send people in the Great Lakes areas, Northeast, and North Central regions hibernating. According to the Almanac, the North Central States are forecast to experience extremely cold temperatures, (possibly 40° below zero!) especially during mid-January.

Areas in the western half of the country should escape major shivers, with an overall forecast of brisk temperatures predicted in the Northwest and mild temperatures in the Southwest.

Shovel Worthy
The Farmers’ Almanac suggests a stormy winter in on schedule especially for the eastern half of the country. For some areas this may mean snow, but for others it will result in more slush and mush.

 

January 2023 looks to be the stormiest for many areas including Texas and Oklahoma, where heavy snow is predicted during the first week. Unfortunately, a dry winter is predicted for the Southwest states, which won’t help the drought situation.

Year-Long Guide to Great Living
The 2023 Farmers’ Almanac offers 16 months of weather prediction starting with September 2022 going through December 2023.  New for the 2023 edition are weather summaries and maps for all four seasons in 2023.

Last year, the Almanac predicted many of the 2021-2022 winter storms, most notably: the early-season nor’easter in the end of October, and the unusual blizzard in the last week of April (in parts of Montana, Wyoming, and the Dakotas).

 

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Kimberly Farmer

Are we going to see snow in Thomasville North Carolina?

Kimberly Farmer

What about Thomasville NC. Will we see snow?

PBHS1963

Native Americans were expert in predicting upcoming winter weather. They would sneak up to the white mans cabin to see how much firewood he was putting up for the winter!

T. Randall

That is a very insensitive comment. Not a joke… the white man is primarily responsible for their demise, not their survival. The Native Americans knew how to predict and prepare for winter long, long before any “help” from the White Man.

Delta

Hey Karen, easy. Can you not take a joke. Chill out.

Bill S.

We’re no longer living in the 50s. That statement is gauche, at best, and it’s not funny in the least.

LJ Perkins

I have Native American blood and im not offended by that but offended by the rude comments! Lighten up! Humor is just that, humor!!!

Dog Trainer

I hope we get some cold weather in NE TX this year and next. The snow would be welcome for our ewes to lamb in.

Marcia Ramos

Hope no icy winter, I travel a lot taking kids to school

Diane

keep me posted

Brad

Les is correct, Dave should look at the facts

Les

I note no mention of geo-engineering. That is climate manipulation by government. In my view, that must be taken into consideration, as their chemtrails (full of aluminum nanoparticles) are harming and changing Earth’s weather. See geoengineeringwatch .org.

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neil

what Les says is actually the truth.. it is stranger than fiction

Amber

Lol conspiracy theories

Sharen

Thank You Farmers Almanac, I am trying to get wood in.

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