Farmers’ Almanac Predicts Cold, Snowy Winter For Most Of U.S., Here’s Where It Will Be Mild And Dry – TravelAwaits August 7, 2022

I saw this recently on TravelAwaits – Farmers’ Almanac Predicts Cold, Snowy Winter For Most Of U.S., Here’s Where It Will Be Mild And Dry – TravelAwaits August 7, 2022: https://www.travelawaits.com/2790145/farmers-almanac-winter-forecast-2022/. Longer article.

JIM FULCHER AUG.7.2022

Much of the U.S. may be suffering through scorching summer temperatures and an ongoing drought, but Labor Day is right around the corner. So, as summer begins to wind down, and as people think of cooler temperatures, the question then becomes, What will this winter be like?

Fortunately, right on cue, the Farmers’ Almanac has released its 2022/2023 winter weather forecast. The forecast, which actually was released earlier than usual this year amid “growing concern over the rising costs of heating oil,” warns that this winter will have people across much of the country “shaking, shivering, and shoveling.”

Now, if you’re wondering how the Farmers’ Almanac can produce long-range forecasts so far in advance, the editors note that the they have accurately published long-range weather forecasts since 1818. The key to those forecasts is a set of astronomical and mathematical rules developed by David Young, the Almanac’s first editor. Since then, those rules have been refined and turned into a closely guarded formula.

So, let’s get to it. Here’s what the 2022/2023 winter will be like according to the Farmers’ Almanac.

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