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I don't know if anyone else is excited as much as I am every year when I hear the Farmer's Almanac's predictions come out for winter, but if you are remotely interested than this is for you!
Oh, by the way, I'm Virginia. I'm a SheShreds Ambassador and part of the Team here at SheShreds sharing blogs and fun content on our blog. I live in New Jersey but travel throughout the North East during the winter months to find that fresh white stuff. So when the Almanac comes out it's on my reading list immediately.
For those of you not familiar with the Farmer's Almanac has been printed every year since 1818 and has provided the public with weather, home remedies, preserving the earth, and more. With the history of the regional weather predictions over the years, I've grown a respect for the Farmer's Almanac in predicting my shred season.
For the winter of 2015-2016, Father Winter seems to be lining up for another wallop out east again, after we had the record setting snowfall in the Boston region. Just to give you a tease of how tasty these predictions seem leading up to the colder months, check out some of the quotes for this winter below, with emphasis on the last sentence:
Precipitation-wise, if you like snow, then you should head out to the northern and central Great Plains (most of the North Central States), the Great Lakes, New England (sorry Boston!), and parts of the Ohio Valley where snowier-than-normal conditions are forecast.
Over the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States, the winter will be stormy with a good amount of snow. We are “red-flagging” the second week of January and the second week of February for possible heavy winter weather with a long, drawn out spell of stormy weather extending through much of the first half of March. So sharpen those skis and boards, because the eastern slopes look like the ideal places to carve some turns.