Are you ready for Winter, according to the Farmers Almanac Maryland's 2019-2020 forecast, a frosty and wet winter is headed our way. As we glimpse at the winter forecast its full of snow, frigid cold and gloom — at least if you take the Farmers' Almanac at its word.
The Farmers Almanac a centuries-old forecaster, has released its prediction of what's to come this winter for the Maryland area, and you will want to stock up shovels, ice melt, gloves and floor dryers and probably even contemplate a move to Florida. "The Northeast, including the densely populated corridor running from Washington to Boston, will experience colder-than-normal temperatures for much of the upcoming winter," the almanac said. Maryland falls within the Northeast region for the almanac's purposes.
The coldest snap of the winter is expected hit during the last week of January 2020 and stretch into February, according to the forecast. And yes, you can expect a lot of snow.
The Farmers Almanac says "With colder-than-normal temperatures in the Northeast and above-normal precipitation expected, our outlook forewarns of not only a good amount of snow, but also a wintry mix of rain and sleet — especially along the coast." And don't expect an early spring next year, the almanac says. As well as cold and icy, this coming winter is going to be long."According to our long-range outlook, spring will be slow to start with winter lingering across the Midwest, Great Lakes, Northeast, and New England. Occasional wet snow and unseasonably chilly conditions will hang on for a ride that you may not be able to get off until April.
The Farmers' Almanac was founded in New Hampshire by David Young in 1818 and uses a "secret" mathematical and astronomical formula based on factors such as sunspot activity and the tidal action of the moon to predict the weather. It's not to be confused with The Old Farmer's Almanac, which has been forecasting the weather since 1792.
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