Enjoy the last days of summer, because this winter is a wild ride & # 39; chills and sensations & # 39; ready for the United States.
Those who live between the Rockies and the Appalachians better store their winter cupboards for the & # 39; bitterly cold winter conditions & # 39; those that are Almanac from farmers predicts will affect these areas.
The publication said that the coming winter & # 39; will be filled with so many ups and downs on the thermometer, it can make you think of an & # 39; Polar Coaster & # 39 ;.
The coldest outbreak of the season will occur from the end of January to the beginning of February, according to the website.
Shades of cold temperatures ahead: The Farmers & # 39; Almanac predicts & & # 39; Polar Coaster & # 39; winter
The Northeast, including the densely populated area from Washington to Boston, is expected to experience colder temperatures than normal (Washington was pictured in February 2019)
Freefall, cold temperatures are expected to hold from the northern plains to the Great Lakes (a frozen Lake Michigan is pictured in January)
& # 39; Our comprehensive forecast requires another ice-cold, cold, and icy winter for two-thirds of the country & # 39 ;, editor Peter Geiger said in a statement.
The outlook includes forecasts of free-falling, frigid temperatures from the northern plains to the Great Lakes.
The metropolitan areas that run from Washington to Boston in the Northeast can also experience colder temperatures than normal temperatures for most of the winter.
Only the western third of the country will see almost normal winter temperatures, says the Almanac.
The publication also believes it will be a snowy winter, with & # 39; above-normal winter rainfall over the eastern third of the country as well as the Great Plains, Midwest and the Great Lakes & # 39 ;.
The Pacific Northwest and Southwest will not see more precipitation than normal.
& # 39; With colder-than-normal temperatures in the Northeast and above-normal precipitation expected, our outlook warns not only of a good amount of snow, but also of a wintery mix of rain, wet snow – especially along the coast, & # 39; the farmers & # 39; Almanac predicts.
The outlet claims that 2020 will make a wild start in the eastern half of the country because & # 39; abundant amounts & # 39; snow, rain, sleet and ice can fall between January 4 and 7 and January 12 to 15, along with & # 39; strong and gusts & # 39 ;.
Farmers & # 39; Almanac predicts a lot of snow and & # 39; a wintry mix of rain, wet snow & # 39; in the Northeast (New York was pictured last February)
The publication suggests an exciting January start over the eastern half of the country with & # 39; abundant amounts of snow & # 39; (snowy Pittsburgh in January)
Farmers' Almanac says it bases its long-term predictions on a & # 39; mathematical and astronomical & # 39; formula
The ones who living northeast of the Texas Panhandle on the western Great Lakes, & # 39;
& # 39; This system will cause temperatures to drop and drag the coldest polar air across the country to the beginning of February. & # 39;
And bad news for winter haters – it looks like a late spring in 2020, with winter continuing in the Midwest, Great Lakes, Northeast and New England.
& # 39; Occasionally wet snow and unusually cold conditions will persist for a ride that you may not be able to get off until April! & # 39; says the Almanac.
The publication says it bases its long-term predictions on a & # 39; mathematical and astronomical & # 39; formula that is nottakes into account issues such as sunspot activity, moon tides, the position of the planets and a number of other factors.
It says the only person who & # 39; the & # 39; knows exact formula is the weather forecaster using the Caleb Weatherbee pseudonym, & # 39; whose true identity is kept secret to protect the formula.
Farmers & # 39; Almanac is an annual North American magazine that has been published continuously since 1818 and offers long-term weather forecasts for both the US and Canada.
The outlet says it correctly predicted last year that there would be heavy snowfall around February 7 on the Plains, South, Midwest and Northeast.
& # 39; In the aftermath, we found references that fell more than a foot of snow in parts of New York and New England. Talking about & # 39; on the spot! & # 39; & # 39; Is on it website.
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