The 2022/2023 Farmers’ Almanac has forecasted a ‘stormy’ winter weather for several regions across the United States.
The publication has released weather forecasts every year since 1818 for people to plan in advance ahead of the next season.
As the cost of living rises with soaring energy and fuel bills, some areas could be hit by ‘extreme’ weather, according to The Farmars’ Almanac.
Farmers’ Almanac predicts ‘stormy’ winter
People in the US should brace themselves for a ‘stormy’ and ‘extreme’ winter, the Farmers’ Almanac warns in its latest issue.
According to the Almanac’s 2022/2023 edition, people based in the North Central States are set to experience extremely cold temperatures of around 40° below zero in January next year.
Areas like Texas and Oklahoma could be hit by heavy snow in January, while dry weather is forecasted for Southwest states.
“Areas in the western half of the country should escape major shivers, with an overall forecast of brisk temperatures predicted in the Northwest and mild temperatures in the Southwest,” the Almanac says in its press release.
Other predictions explained
Chilly temperatures are predicted for the Southeast and South Central states, while temperatures could be pretty shivery for those based in Great Lakes areas, Northeast, and North Central areas.
The release further says that “the western half of the country should escape major shivers with an overall forecast of brisk temperatures predicted in the Northwest and mild temperatures in the Southwest.
The Farmers’ Almanac has published annual extended weather forecasts since 1818 for people, especially farmers, to prepare for the winter season.
The 2023 Farmers’ Almanac
The full edition of the 2023 Farmers’ Almanac will be available in stores on August 15th.
The issue offers 16 months of weather forecast between September 2022 and December 2023.
In its media release, Farmers’ Almanac noted that the 2023 edition will include weather summaries and maps for all four seasons in 2023.