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Farmers' Almanac predicts bitter cold
for much of this winter
Frigid temperatures across three-quarters of the US

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31 Aug 09 -  “Very cold and bitterly cold” is how the Farmers’ Almanac describes the winter in the Great Lakes, Plains, and South Central states, while temperatures on the East and West Coasts will be more in line with average to normal winter conditions. For residents of the East Coast, who bore most of the brunt of last winter’s fury, this may be good news, but the prediction of an “ice cold sandwich” is sure to send chills down the spines of Midwesterners.

It's going to be an "ice cold sandwich," says editor Peter Geiger.

“While nearly three-quarters of the country is expected to see near or below average precipitation this winter, significant snowfalls are forecast for parts of every zone. Residents of Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states can expect some a major snowfall in mid-February, with possible blizzard conditions in New England.

“Last year, the 2009 Farmers’ Almanac predicted an exceptionally long, cold winter for most regions. As promised, bitter cold and heavy snow punished much of the nation, coming on early in the season and lingering through the start of spring. When spring finally did arrive, it came bearing heavy rains, with twice the annual average falling in many regions.”

http://www.farmersalmanac.com/press-releases/2009/08/30/frigid-2010-forecast-more-crazy-weather-ahead
Thanks to Rachel Ward and Charles Patrick for this link
 

  

 

 

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