Farmer’s Almanac Warns of ‘Super Cold’ Winter with a ‘Slew of Snow’

winter-weatherBrrrrr! It looks like global warming will soon be taking a vacation to make room for Old Man Winter.

According to the newest edition of the ‘Old Farmer’s Almanac‘, a super cold winter is on tap for much of the country, especially along most of the Atlantic seaboard and in the Ohio Valley, Great Lakes, Pacific Northwest, and southwestern states.

The Northeast, Ohio Valley, northern Plains, and Pacific Northwest should brace for a slew of snow.

“Super cold is coming,” says Janice Stillman, the Almanac’s editor, “but the good news is that areas
with record-shattering snow last winter—like Boston—won’t have to deal with quite so many flakes.”

“And the Almanac should know,” said Stillman. “Its 2015 predictions of a bleak and biting winter scored a stunning accuracy of 96.3 percent.”

Stillman adds: “All in all, this coming winter will be a good one for snuggling up next to the fire with a good book.”

The Old Farmer’s Almanac, which has been delighting readers since 1792, is produced by Yankee Publishing Inc. of Dublin, New Hampshire. Always “useful, with a pleasant degree of humor,” it is known for its advice relating to home, garden, and food, as well as for its 80 percent–accurate weather forecasts.

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