Our forecasts are regional. We very rarely mention any state by name, unless it is expected to see something different from the rest of the region. Check out the regional zones we cover on our long range weather forecast page.
We’ve been using the same formula for over 200 years based on math. As for the accuracy, readers claim we’re accurate about 85% of the time, which we think is pretty good. Even the best miss one on occasion! To learn more about how we predict the weather, visit our long range weather forecast page. Also check out our On The Money page for a history of our forecast accuracy.
Our forecasts cannot pinpoint the exact location of a tornado. Even the National Weather Service has difficulty doing that within a couple of hours, and our forecast is made more than two years in advance.
Unfortunately, we only provide predictions for the continental US and Canada.
You can view a glossary of the gardening terms we use on our Planting by the Moon Calendar page.
All our planting information is based on phases of the Moon so it’s good across all growing zones, and therefore is “weather permitting.”
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You can use the print option on your browser to print out any page on the site. However it may not look quite right depending on the page. We are working to provide more printer friendly options in the future.
Unfortunately no, many of the images we use are stock photography and require a subscription. You may however share our weather maps, provided you include the appropriate link back to our site.
You may use portions of our articles in your newsletter as long as you give us the proper credit and link back to all articles.
We do not currently have an app at this time.
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You can get started by logging in and visiting your dashboard. From here you will find the details of your membership, along with links to your 12 month weather forecasts, calendars and daily planner. Be sure to bookmark them!
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Unfortunately we no longer offer free memberships and your account has been deleted. You will still be able to see 1 month of our calendars for free, but if you would like to gain 12 full months of access to our calendars, please consider signing up for our very affordable membership plans to help support the Farmers’ Almanac!
Unfortunately we do not have a large print or hardcover edition at this time.
We no longer offer a print edition of the Canadian Farmers’ Almanac, but you can still purchase a digital copy.
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We never send more than one email a day depending on what list you are subscribed to, and we never send spam. If you are receiving promotional advertisements by email that have no content except for ads, it is definitely not coming from us. Look for the contact info at the bottom of such emails to find out where they are coming from and how to unsubscribe.
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