Farmers' Almanac made their predictions for the upcoming winter, and they don't seem good.
The winter is predicted to start considerably earlier than usual, which is fantastic for snow lovers but bad for the rest of us.
The United States may anticipate quite a few winter weather disturbances during the season, according to the outlet's extended prediction. The Farmers' Almanac discusses particular dates, such as:
During the first week of January 2023, there will be a tonne of snowfall across the Plains and the Rockies. According to the Almanac, there is a good chance for heavy snowfall that might extend as far south as Texas and Oklahoma, followed by a sweeping blast of extremely cold air.
The eastern two-thirds of the country should brace themselves for unpleasant weather during the week of January 16 to 23.
This will be punctuated by heavy rain and snow, and will be followed by "one of the coldest outbreaks of arctic air we have seen in some years." It is predicted that the temperature will drop to 40 below zero. That is extremely cold.