Think last winter was bad? Well, according to the 2015 edition of the Farmer’s Almanac, we are going to get our freezing backsides kicked again.
Expect below-normal temperatures for about three-quarters of the nation, predicts the Almanac.
From The Almanac: “Over the eastern third of the country, we are expecting an active storm track with a number of storms delivering copious amounts of snow and rain. Near-normal precipitation is expected for the Pacific Northwest, the Southwest States, and Northern Plains, while below-normal precipitation values are forecast for the Southwest States as well as the Upper Midwest and the Great Lakes. The Central and Southern Plains are expected to receive above-average precipitation.
We are “red flagging” the first 10 days of January and the first week of February along the Atlantic Seaboard for active wintry weather featuring bouts of heavy precipitation and strong winds. Another red flag time frame for widespread wintry conditions is the middle part of March from the nation’s midsection to the East Coast”.
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