Farmers Almanac Predicts Long Winter

LEWISTON, Maine (Sept. 1) — Americans, you might want to check on your sweaters and shovels — the Farmers’ Almanac is predicting a cold winter for many of you.
Farmers Almanac Predicts Long Winter

The venerable almanac’s 2010 edition, which goes on sale Tuesday, says numbing cold will predominate in the country’s midsection, from the Rocky Mountains in the West to the Appalachians in the East.
Farmers’ Almanac editor Peter Geiger displays a map of the publication’s winter weather forecast. While the two coasts are expected to experience average to mild conditions, the nation’s midsection is in for a colder-than-normal season, a situation that another almanac editor described as an “ice cold sandwich.”
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  1. preparednesspro

    Yes, the snow in Utah at the end of September (and beginning of the fall!) is certainly adding to their case.


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