(FOX NEWS) — The annual periodical we often trust for long-range conditions giving a rosy forecast for some parts of the normally-cold US.
The Farmer’s Almanac predicting recent warming trends will dominate in the eastern and northern parts of the country this upcoming winter.
The almanac also says we should expect a wet winter, with rain and average to below-average snowfall throughout most of the country.
However, it says to look for below-normal average temperatures in Maine, the intermountain, desert southwest, and pacific southwest regions and eastern Hawaii.
Our northern neighbors in Canada will have a cold and snowy winter, but, not extreme cold, just closer to normal.
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