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�����������The Old Farmers� Almanac released their long range Winter Weather Forecast for 2016-2017, and things are looking good for a strong winter in North America. Their regional forecasts, which are calculated 18 months in advance and claim to have an 80% accuracy rate, purport the Northeast and Pacific Northwest to have the most favorable winters for snow enthusiasts.Dive into their regional winter weather predictions for a glimmer of where you could score the deepest days this year, and stay tuned for NOAA�s official Long Range Winter Prediction dropping later this month.

The Farmer�s Almanac (different from the Old Farmer�s Almanac) predictions can be found here. Winter Weather Predictions 2016 � 2017 Old Farmers Almanac : RegionsNortheastWinter will be colder than normal, on average, with slightly above-normal precipitation and near-normal snowfall.

The coldest periods will be in mid- and late December, mid- and late January, mid-February, and early March. The snowiest periods will be in mid-November, late January, mid- and late February, and early to mid-March.Intermountain : Includes mountainous areas in: California, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Oregon, WashingtonWinter temperatures will be above normal, with precipitation a bit below normal. The coldest periods will be in early and mid- to late December and mid- to late January.

Snowfall will be above normal in the north and below normal elsewhere, with the snowiest periods in late November, early and mid-December, and mid-January.Pacific NorthwestWinter will be rainier than normal. Temperatures will be below normal in the north and above normal in the south, with the coldest periods in early and mid- to late December and mid- to late January.

Snowfall will be above normal in the north and below normal in the south, with the snowiest periods in early December and mid-January.Southern British ColumbiaWinter will be colder than normal, with above-normal precipitation and snowfall.

The coldest periods will be in early and mid- to late December and mid- to late January, with the snowiest periods in early and mid-December and mid-January.Upper Mid-WestWinter will be colder than normal, with the coldest periods in mid-December, through most of January, and in early and late February.

Precipitation will be a bit above normal in the east and below normal in the west, with snowfall above normal from Minneapolis eastward and below normal in the west.

The snowiest periods will be in early to mid- and mid- to late December, mid-January, and early to mid- and late February.AppalachiansWinter will be slightly warmer than normal, with near-normal precipitation and above-normal snowfall.

The coldest periods will be in early to mid-January, from late January through early February, and in mid- to late February. The snowiest periods will be in mid-November, late January, and early to mid-February.The RockiesWinter temperatures will be above normal, with precipitation a bit below normal.

The coldest periods will be in early and mid- to late December and mid- to late January. Snowfall will be above normal in the north and below normal elsewhere, with the snowiest periods in late November, early and mid-December, and mid-January.�Ed note: The Old Famers� Almanac has been predicting weather patterns since 1792 based on a secret formula created by their founder, Robert Thomas.

The Old Farmers Almanac claims to have 80% accuracy in their forecasts, which are determined though the use of three scientific disciplines: solar science, the study of sunspots and other solar activity; climatology, the study of prevailing weather patterns; and meteorology, the study of the atmosphere.Check out more weather posts here! Videos 2016 Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails PreviewVideos Herby Thaler � Austrian PowVideos 11-Year-Old Valentino Guseli at PerisherVideos NotFar TeaserVideos Postland Rail Riots 2016Videos Deep in JapanVideos The Manboys Movie � Official TrailerVideos Bruners Video Official TeaserNews Vans Snow Welcomes Victor Delerue to the FamilyVideos Markus Kleveland at Perisher ParksVideos Discover Chile: Extended CutVideos SRD � Recreational Use Full MovieVideos mhssc16 � Diggers and Friends on Their IslandVideos Sam Anderson � Midwest Park JibbingVideos The Passion of the Chuuch TeaserNews Coal Headwear Launches Fall/Winter 2016 Collection Videos 5 Tricks with Torstein Horgmo : Shredbots 2016Videos 2016 Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails PreviewPhotos Farmers� Almanac Winter Weather Predictions 2016 � 2017Videos Rusty Toothbruth Presents the Snowboard BoomerangVideos Seb Toots Rides Down Under : Perisher Parks EditVideos Travis Rice�s �The Fourth Phase� Is Coming : GoPro TrailerVideos Herby Thaler � Austrian PowVideos NotFar TeaserVideos The Manboys Movie � Official TrailerThe Magazine Issue Out Now: TransWorld SNOWboarding 2017 Gear GuideVideos 11-Year-Old Valentino Guseli at PerisherVideos Markus Kleveland at Perisher ParksVideos Clemens Millauer � #AUSTRALIA2K16Videos ShredBots Anto Chamberland�s Full Part Shredtopia 4kVideos Postland Rail Riots 2016Videos Travis Rice�s The Fourth Phase GoPro Raw Files : Episode 1 2016 Videos 2016 Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails PreviewVideos Herby Thaler � Austrian PowVideos 11-Year-Old Valentino Guseli at PerisherVideos NotFar TeaserVideos Postland Rail Riots 2016Videos Deep in JapanVideos The Manboys Movie � Official TrailerVideos Bruners Video Official TeaserVideos Markus Kleveland at Perisher ParksVideos Discover Chile: Extended CutVideos SRD � Recreational Use Full MovieVideos mhssc16 � Diggers and Friends on Their IslandVideos Sam Anderson � Midwest Park JibbingVideos The Passion of the Chuuch TeaserVideos Matterhorn MeridianVideos New Boots � Jeff Holce�s Ode to Team Thunder Photos Full Moon World Premiere Gallery and RecapPhotos Travis Rice�s The Fourth Phase World Premiere: Review, Gallery, and VideoPhotos Leanne Pelosi : Full MoonPhotos Helen Schettini : Full MoonPhotos Hana Beaman : Full Moon FilmPhotos Annie Boulanger : Full MoonPhotos Marie-France Roy : Full MoonPhotos Legends : Full MoonPhotos Jamie Anderson : Full MoonPhotos Robin Van Gyn � Full Moon FilmPhotos Behind the Scenes : Full MoonPhotos Farmers� Almanac Winter Weather Predictions 2016 � 2017Photos Age 14 and Shreds Harder Than You : Justin Phipps InterviewPhotos High Cascade Snowboard Camp : Session 5 Photo RecapPhotos Winter Weather Prediction : Old Farmers� Almanac 2016 � 2017Photos High Cascade Snowboard Camp : Session 4 Photo Recap 2016TransWorld SNOWboarding Article Sidebar Trending 5 Tricks with Torstein Horgmo : Shredbots 2016 2016 Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails Preview Winter Weather Prediction : Old Farmers� Almanac 2016 � 2017 Farmers� Almanac Winter Weather Predictions 2016 � 2017 Rusty Toothbruth Presents the Snowboard Boomerang Latest 2016 Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails Preview Herby Thaler � Austrian Pow 11-Year-Old Valentino Guseli at Perisher NotFar Teaser Postland Rail Riots 2016 Follow Us TransWorld SNOWboarding on Facebook TransWorld SNOWboarding on Twitter TransWorld SNOWboarding on Google Plus TransWorld SNOWboarding on Instagram TransWorld SNOWboarding on Vimeo TransWorld SNOWboarding on YouTube TransWorld SNOWboarding on Snapchat TransWorld SNOWboarding RSS Feed Email TransWorld SNOWboarding Visit Our Other Sites� The Enthusiast Network� GrindTV� Baseball America� Bike� Canoe & Kayak� EnduroCross� Fantasy Surfer� Newschoolers� Powder� Ridemonkey� SLAM� Snowboarder� SUP� Surfer� Surfing� SwellWatch� TransWorld Business� TransWorld Motocross� TransWorld RideBMX� TransWorld Skateboarding� TransWorld Snowboarding � Locations� Portillo� Ski Banff Lake Louise Sunshine� Sugar Bowl� Sun Valley� Taos� Jackson� Mammoth� Snowbird� Squaw� Stowe� Whistler� Weather� The Unofficial Store� Submit a Link��� Deep Days Coming To Mt Baker This Season?

| Photo Credit: kcxd[Forecast courtesy of The Farmer�s Almanac]�Cold Man Winter did seem to be on vacation last year thanks to a very strong El Nino, but this year he�s back.�� Editor Peter Geiger, Philom.The Farmer�s Almanac�(Not to be confused with the Old Farmer�s Almanac) is set to be released tomorrow and the FA editors were kind enough to give skiers and snowboarders a look into what they think the upcoming winter will hold weather-wise.

Below is their official winter weather forecast / outlook / prediction for the 2016 -2017 winter ski season.Related: The Old Farmers Almanac 2017 Winter Weather PredictionTurns out, the outlook is on the positive side with favor falling on the northeast. The forecast says New England and New York will have an �ice cold and snow-filled� ski season.

Meanwhile, the Rocky Mountain region and Pacific northwest are looking towards average to colder-than-average winters with average to above-average snowfall totals.�While last winter was a reprieve from shoveling and high fuel bills, the party is over. According to the 2017 Farmers� Almanac, winter is back!� � Farmer�s AlmanacThe wildcard seems to be the Southwest, whose �balmy and wet� forecast is giving Sierra skiers hope for the return of conditions that are akin to the 2010/2011 La Nina season.

We�ll see� Photo Credit: Farmer�s Almanac Farmer�s Almanac Snow Report:NOVEM BRRRRR?While winter officially starts on December 21, 2016, the Farmers� Almanac predictions point to some snow and cold conditions in mid-November in the Northeast, Great Lakes, and Midwest.

However, the good news is that the frigidly cold temperatures really won�t take hold until much later in the season.DOWNRIGHT FRIGID FEBRUARYThe Farmers� Almanac, which breaks the country into 7 zones, and offers predictions for three-day intervals, forewarns of a mixed bag of wintry weather for both December and January.

But it�s really February when the frigid temperatures take hold (northern tier states could see ambient air temperatures as low as 40 degrees below zero!).

This is the month you want to make sure your heat works, your long johns are washed, and your slippers are nearby.WHAT ABOUT SNOW?Get the snow blowers ready in the East and umbrellas in the West! An active storm track will deliver above-normal precipitation to the Southeast, Northeast and New England states throughout most of the winter, especially February (see above!). In addition, another active storm track from the Pacific will deliver a dose of above-normal precipitation across the Western States.

Meanwhile, near or below-normal precipitation will cover the nation�s midsection.Farmer�s Almanac Post: Farmers� Almanac Winter 2016-17Also Read: 2017 Winter Weather Forecast | Long Range Prediction From NOAA2017, farmers, Farmers Almanac, forecast, Outlook, powder, ski season, Snowfall, weather, winter, Weather Silverton Ski Patrol Score First Faceshots Of The Season!

[Photos]September 24, 2016 � BarclayIt�s official, Silverton Mountain has just posted their annual first faceshot photos of the year and this year falls just a day later (�) WATCH: Sketchy Laguna Beach Beam Jump.Perfect Timing RequiredSeptember 24, farmers almanac winter 2016 2017 predictions pacific northwest � Francis XavierIt might not be the highest dives but it looks like shallow water (hence the intentional back splat) and if you don�t nail the (�) VIDEO: What Are Skiers Liable For In Collisions?September 24, 2016 � Francis XavierDenver�s 9 NEWS takes a closer look at collisions on the slopes and what skiers and snowboarders are liable for after a New Jersey (�) WATCH: Introducing "Social Media Sunglasses" by SnapChatSeptember 24, 2016 � Francis XavierThey are like Google Glass for hipsters.�Concept is dead�simple: wear the glasses during your day to day, tap the side to start (�) News Segment From 1985 Shows Canadians Hating On Snowboarders.September 23, 2016 � UnofficialNetWe are happy to see that we as a community of�snow riders�have come a long way since the days of skiers vs.

(�) Fall and Winter Face Off In Beautiful Telluride Photographs From TodaySeptember 23, 2016 � BarclayTelluride Ski Resort woke up to a generous amount of snow on its higher peaks, giving locals some seriously confused views of winter (�) WATCH: Blaine Gallivan Making The Biggest Lines In Jackson Look EasySeptember 23, 2016 � BarclayBlaine Gallivan is hands down one of the most stylish skiers to grace the slopes of Jackson Hole and in his newest edit, @blzablaine (�) Home� Follow us���� Locations� Portillo� Ski Banff Lake Louise Sunshine� Sugar Bowl� Sun Valley� Taos� Jackson� Mammoth� Snowbird� Squaw� Stowe� Whistler� Weather� The Unofficial Store� Submit a Link� Contact Us� Advertise�Powered by WordPress.com VIP � Locations� Portillo� Ski Banff Lake Louise Sunshine� Sugar Bowl� Sun Valley� Taos� Jackson� Mammoth� Snowbird� Squaw� Stowe� Whistler� Weather� The Unofficial Store� Submit a Link��� Cover Image From Colorado Mountain CollegeForecast, outlooks, predictions, everyone wants to know who is going to get snow this upcoming winter.

To help in our projections, t he National Weather Service�has just released their long range forecast for the winter of 2016 � 2017.The good�government�scientists�are predicting that the upcoming winter will be strongly affected by La Nina conditions.

As you can see in the precipitation forecast maps below,�this would mean that, in general, the mountains and ski areas in the northern half of the United States will see more favorable ski conditions than ski areas to the south. The ski areas in the PNW and in the�Northeast could see big winters with�copious amounts of snowfall.United States Weather Overview For Winter 2016 � 2017Temperatures� Cold:�Northern Plains, Upper Midwest, New England, New York state, West Coast� Warm:�Southern Plains, SoutheastPrecipitation� Wet:�Pacific Northwest, Bitterroots (western Montana/Idaho), parts of the Ohio Valley, Tennessee Valley� Dry:�Southern Plains, Gulf/Southeast coast including Florida, Southern California, Desert SouthwestPrecipitation Forecast: Winter 2016 � 2017 October, November, December 2016December, January,�February�2016 � 2017February, March, April 2017forecast, NOAA, Outlook, weather, Winter 2017, ALL, Weather Silverton Ski Patrol Score First Faceshots Of The Season!

[Photos]September 24, 2016 � BarclayIt�s official, Silverton Mountain has just posted their annual first faceshot photos of the year and this year falls just a day later (�) WATCH: Sketchy Laguna Beach Beam Jump.Perfect Timing RequiredSeptember 24, 2016 � Francis XavierIt might not be the highest dives but it looks like shallow water (hence the intentional back splat) and if you don�t nail the (�) VIDEO: What Are Skiers Liable For In Collisions?September 24, 2016 � Francis XavierDenver�s 9 NEWS takes a closer look at collisions on the slopes and what skiers and snowboarders are liable for after a New Jersey (�) WATCH: Introducing "Social Media Sunglasses" by SnapChatSeptember 24, 2016 � Francis XavierThey are like Google Glass for hipsters.�Concept is dead�simple: wear the glasses during your day to day, tap the side to start (�) News Segment From 1985 Shows Canadians Hating On Snowboarders.September 23, 2016 � UnofficialNetWe are happy to see that we as a community of�snow riders�have come a long way since the days of skiers vs.

(�) Fall and Winter Face Off In Beautiful Telluride Photographs From TodaySeptember 23, 2016 � BarclayTelluride Ski Resort woke up to a generous amount of snow on its higher peaks, giving locals some seriously confused views of winter (�) WATCH: Blaine Gallivan Making The Biggest Lines In Jackson Look EasySeptember 23, 2016 � BarclayBlaine Gallivan is hands down one of the most stylish skiers to grace the slopes of Jackson Hole and in his newest edit, @blzablaine (�) Home� Follow us���� Locations� Portillo� Ski Banff Lake Louise Sunshine� Sugar Bowl� Sun Valley� Taos� Jackson� Mammoth� Snowbird� Squaw� Stowe� Whistler� Weather� The Unofficial Store� Submit a Link� Contact Us� Advertise�Powered by WordPress.com VIP El Nino officially came to an end in early June, and experts are calling for a La Nina to develop in its footsteps.La Nina is the cool counterpart to El Nino, characterized by unusually low ocean temperatures in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific.La Nina puts emphasis on the northern jet stream while weakening the southern jet stream, keeping moisture in the northern tier of the country.The jet stream is a narrow zone of strong winds in the upper levels of the atmosphere, separating warm air to the south and cooler air to the north.At this point in the season, AccuWeather forecasters are predicting a weak La Nina to develop during late fall and into the winter.

An area of warmer-than-normal water off the northwestern U.S. coast, nicknamed the "warm blob," is inhibiting a strong La Nina from forming.The pocket of warm water is expected to linger, influencing La Nina and its impacts in the United States.Here's what a weak La Nina could mean for the U.S.:A developing weak La Nina will lead to an uptick in tropical activity in the Atlantic Ocean through the rest of the peak hurricane season, which ends on Nov.

30."Historically, some hurricane seasons that have followed a transition from El Nino to La Nina have been very active. It's possible we could flip from one extreme to the other, from below-normal seasons the past three years to an above-normal year in 2016," AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski said.La Nina will suppress the westerly winds that typically disrupt tropical development in the Atlantic, giving way for more systems to form.Transitioning into the fall, warmth could hold on late in the season across the eastern United States.La Nina will bring its full impacts to the U.S.

throughout the winter season, Pastelok said.In the East, snowfall is expected to be around normal. La Nina could lead to some big East Coast systems during the second half of the season."Areas like southern New York state and northeastern Pennsylvania that missed out on snow last year could see higher-than-normal totals this winter," Pastelok said.Colder-than-normal conditions are predicted to grip the northern Rockies and northern Plains over the late fall and into the winter, with some harsh spells at times.RELATED:What is La Nina?Top 5 US cities most vulnerable to hurricanesAtlantic hurricane season: La Nina may fuel most active season in 3 yearsDuring the coldest periods in the winter, nighttime temperatures could drop into the minus 30 to minus 40-degree Fahrenheit range."The wet and stormy weather that will hit the South into the fall will begin to quiet down in the winter as La Nina really kicks in," Pastelok said.However, the expected weak strength of La Nina will allow some moisture to sneak into the region at times.For flood-ravaged areas like Missouri and eastern Texas, the mainly dry weather will prove beneficial.Dry weather will exacerbate drought conditions across the Southwest.

Central and Southern California could face the harshest conditions, including below-normal snowpack in the southern Sierra Nevada.The northwestern U.S. will experience the brunt of La Nina's impacts, leading to stormy conditions throughout the winter.

However, the warm blob will limit the cold a typical La Nina would bring to the area.Alaska could face another warmer-than-normal winter on the heels of a record-breaking season last year.Questions or comments? Email Katy Galimberti at Kathryn.Galimberti@accuweather.com and follow her on TwitterFollow @katygalimbertiFollow us on Twitter or on Facebook.Report a Typo Atlantic tropical wave may pose next threat to Caribbean, North America September 25, 2016; 1:46 AM ETA new tropical threat may loom for the Caribbean and North America in the not-too-distant future, while eight more weeks remain in the Atlantic hurricane season.� Worst of central US flood risk to focus on Texas into Monday September 25, 2016; 1:24 AM ETThe greatest danger of flooding across the central United States will unfold in western Texas, where downpours will be most persistent into Monday.� Crisp fall air to bring first frost of season to parts of northeastern US September 25, 2016; 1:09 AM ETFall air has finally arrived in the northeastern United States and may yield the first frost of the season in parts of the region this weekend.� Typhoon Megi to slam into Taiwan and eastern China by midweek September 25, 2016; 12:51 AM ETTyphoon Megi will continue to strengthen before threatening lives and property across Taiwan and eastern China this week.� Karl to usher first windstorm of season into northern UK this week September 25, 2016; 12:15 AM ETThe first windstorm of the season could blast the northern United Kingdom around Tuesday as Karl arrives.� Santa Ana winds to raise wildfire threat across Southern California into Monday September 24, 2016; 11:47 PM ETHot, dry and windy weather into Monday will lead to an increased risk of wildfires across Southern California. El Cordnazo, CA (1939)Greatest September rainstorm with 5.42 inchesin 24 hours at L.A.

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will be hit with a different type of terrible. The Northeast and Midwest can expect "colder than normal" temperatures and precipitation is supposed to be "above normal." If you're in the Pacific Northwest, you can expect a lot of rain and chilly weather.

And in the Intermountain and Farmers almanac winter 2016 2017 predictions pacific northwest regions, where ski enthusiasts would actually like cold temperatures and lots of snow, it's set to largely be warmer and less snowy than usual.

Great. The only upside is that the South is supposed to experience a very mild winter, so it might be time to get that Florida timeshare you've been thinking about purchasing. Or go the other way and get a cozy cabin up in Vermont where you can watch the snow fall while curled up by the fireplace. There are also a lot of scientists who poo-poo the almanac, which is based on a secret formula that founder Robert Thomas designed using solar cycles, climatology, and meteorology, so you're free to take this information with a grain of salt.

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More unsettled weather.October 2016 1st-3rd. Clearing in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.4th-7th. Fair, chillier.8th-11th. Gusty winds for the Pacific Coast.12th-15th. Fair initially, then turning very unsettled.16th-19th. Clearing skies.20th-23rd. Fine, dry weather.24th-27th.

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Your EmailConfirm Email� Inside the 2015 Almanac� Weather� Home & Garden� Astronomy� Best Days & Calendars� Healthy Living� Food & Recipes� Video� Blog� Contact Us If you notice a hole in the upper left-hand corner of your Farmers' Almanac, don't return it to the store!

That hole isn't a defect; it's a part of history. Starting with the first edition of the Farmers' Almanac in 1818, readers used to nail holes into the corners to hang it up in their homes, barns, and outhouses (to provide both reading material and toilet paper).

In 1919, the Almanac's publishers began pre-drilling holes in the corners to make it even easier for readers to keep all of that invaluable information (and paper) handy. Winter Is Coming � Sign Up Today!Get our ALL-ACCESS PASS and get 365 days of access to our online calendars along with a copy of the 2017 Almanac (Now Shipping!) for only $13.99 $11.99!Subscribe Today � Buy the Complete Long Range Weather (Nov. 2016 - Oct.

2017)Complete 2017 Long Range Weather Forecast for the Pacific Northwest Region, November 2016 to October 2017 includes week-by-week details. Instant access via digital download!Add to Cart How to Read Long-Range Weather ForecastsLong-range predictions show weather trends in temperatures and precipitation. For example, will the winter be colder or warmer than average?

Will there be more or less snow than what's typical for your area? Our famous predictions (traditionally 80% accurate) are made 18 months in advance, and meant to help you make more informed decisions for long-term planning.Here on Almanac.com, we provide free long-range forecasts for the next 30 to 60 days covering U.S.

and Canadian regions. Find all 12 months of predictions in the annual Old Farmer's Almanac. SEPTEMBER 2016: temperature 60� (1� below avg.); precipitation 1.5" (avg.); Sep 1-8: Showers, then sunny, cool; Sep 9-16: Sunny, nice; Sep 17-23: Rainy periods, cool; Sep 24-28: Sunny, turning warm; Sep 29-30: Showers, mild.OCTOBER 2016: temperature 51� (3� below avg.); precipitation 3.5" (1" above avg.

north, avg. south); Oct 1-5: Misty, mild; Oct 6-10: Rainy periods, turning quite cool; Oct 11-16: Rainy periods, some heavy; cool; Oct 17-23: Showers, chilly; Oct 24-31: Rainy periods, cool. Winter will be rainier than normal. Temperatures will be below normal in the north and above normal in the south, with the coldest periods in early and mid- to late December and mid- to late January.

Snowfall will be above normal in the north and below normal in the south, with the snowiest periods in early December and mid-January.April and May will be slightly warmer and drier than normal.Summer will be warmer and rainier than normal, with the hottest temperatures in late June and early to mid-July, from late July into early August, and in mid- to late August.September and October will be cooler than normal, with near-normal rainfall. The Pacific Northwest long range weather region includes all or part of the following states: CALIFORNIA (Arcata, Eureka, Fortuna, McKinleyville, Yreka), OREGON (Beaverton, Eugene, Gresham, Portland, Salem), WASHINGTON (Bellevue, Everett, Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver). Buy the Complete Long Range Weather (Nov.

2016 - Oct. 2017)Complete 2017 Long Range Weather Forecast for the Pacific Northwest Region, November 2016 to October 2017 includes week-by-week details. Instant access via digital download!Add to Cart How to Read Long-Range Weather ForecastsLong-range predictions show weather trends in temperatures and precipitation.

For example, will the winter be colder or warmer than average? Will there be more or less snow than what's typical for your area? Our famous predictions (traditionally 80% accurate) are made 18 months in advance, and meant to help you make more informed decisions for long-term planning.Here on Almanac.com, we provide free long-range forecasts for the next 30 to 60 days covering U.S.

and Canadian regions. Find all 12 months of predictions in the annual Old Farmer's Almanac. SEPTEMBER 2016: temperature 60� (1� below avg.); precipitation 1.5" (avg.); Sep 1-8: Showers, then sunny, cool; Sep 9-16: Sunny, nice; Sep 17-23: Rainy periods, cool; Sep 24-28: Sunny, turning warm; Sep 29-30: Showers, mild.OCTOBER 2016: temperature 51� (3� below avg.); precipitation 3.5" (1" above avg.

north, avg. south); Oct 1-5: Misty, mild; Oct 6-10: Rainy periods, turning quite cool; Oct 11-16: Rainy periods, some heavy; cool; Oct 17-23: Showers, chilly; Oct 24-31: Rainy periods, cool. Winter will be rainier than normal.

Temperatures will be below normal in the north and above normal in the south, with the coldest periods in early and mid- to late December and mid- to late January.

Snowfall will be above normal in the north and below normal in the south, with the snowiest periods in early December and mid-January.April and May will be slightly warmer and drier than normal.Summer will be warmer and rainier than normal, with the hottest temperatures in late June and early to mid-July, from late July into early August, and in mid- to late August.September and October will be cooler than normal, with near-normal rainfall. The Pacific Northwest long range weather region includes all or part of the following states: CALIFORNIA (Arcata, Eureka, Fortuna, McKinleyville, Yreka), OREGON (Beaverton, Eugene, Gresham, Portland, Salem), WASHINGTON (Bellevue, Everett, Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver). There have been many almanacs over the years, but only one Old Farmer�s Almanac�North America�s biggest, best-selling, and oldest almanac since George Washington�s time as president of the�U.S.!For 225 years, we have been forecasting weather�with amazing accuracy at times.

Our historical average rate for �forecasting the direction of temperature and precipitation from normal� is 80%. In every annual edition,�we publish our accuracy from the year before, good or bad. See how we predict the weather.

General Long-Range Weather�2017Get�ready for a shift from last year! For the�winter of 2016�2017, we expect�temperatures to be much colder�than last winter�but still above normal.

Winter 2017 will also�feature below-normal snowfall overall;�the snowy exception is the northern tier of the U.S., which can expect to be blanketed in�white.� Winter will be colder in much of the eastern two-thirds of the nation.

Exceptions will be in a swatch from North Dakota to Maine, which will have below-normal temperatures.�Most of the Pacific states will have below-normal temperatures, with above-normal temperatures in the Intermountain region and Desert�Southwest.� Snowfall will be above normal from southern�New England and western New Farmers almanac winter 2016 2017 predictions pacific northwest southward through the Appalachians, but not in northern New England.�Snowfall with also be above what�s typical from eastern Minnesota to the UP (Upper Peninsula) of Michigan and southward to St.

Louis, Missouri; and from central North Dakota westward to the Pacific.�We expect below-normal snowfall in most other places that normally receive�snow.� Precipitation will be below normal across most of the southern two-thirds of the nation.�However, precipitation will be�above normal in the North, with the primary exceptions being above-normal rainfall in northern California, southern Oregon, portions of the western Lower Lakes region, and Florida.�With rainfall below normal in most of California, the drought there will�continue.� In Canada, brace for more snow and colder-than-average temperatures throughout most parts of the country.

The exceptions to the winter of white will be Manitoba, portions of Saskatchewan, and northern sections across the land. While snowfall will generally be below normal in these areas, temperatures will remain�chillyKeep in mind that The Old Farmer�s Almanac predictions are made well in advance.

The forecasts are meant to give readers a general sense of what kind of winter is expected, compared to past�winters. What�s Your Region�s�Forecast?Get your copy of The 2017 Old Farmer�s Almanac for a full year of weather forecasts for your region! Plus, this year is the Special 225th Anniversary edition of�North America�s oldest continuously published periodical!�The 2017 Almanac�celebrates its unprecedented legacy, with tributes from heads of state and famous names, founder Robert Thomas�s story, with reproduced pages from the first edition, Almanac moments in history: the snow-in-summer forecast, the Lincoln defense, the weather omission, the German spy plot, the JFK assassination hint, and more!

Plus, the edition contains all of the wit, wisdom, stories, sky watch and calendar events for the entire�year! Order The 2017�Old Farmer�s Almanac (print or digital) today! Long-Range Forecasts�OnlyThe Old Farmer�s Almanac is so much more than the weather forecast, however, if you ONLY want the weather, just click here for INSTANT ACCESS to the 2017�long-range�forecast by region. I think the new addition of the farmers almanac should start with the new year.

I always give almanacs as Christmas gifts, and the fall an early winter has already passed. I am looking at my 2016 almanac for 2016 fall an early winter for casts an there is none Hi, Tami, Thank you for your interest in The Old Farmer�s Almanac and for your sharing them with your family and friends as gifts. All of the dated events in the Almanac are for the calendar year (Jan to Dec) on the cover except the weather and here�s why: Traditionally, almanacs have gone on sale in the fall and the weather forecasts �concluded� in the fall because that was/is the conclusion of the farming/gardening season.

That idea dates from hundreds of years ago when they were distributed and used within a relatively small geographic area, so everyone was on the same farmers almanac winter 2016 2017 predictions pacific northwest. Now they are distributed across the nation�but the tradition continues, knowing that some folks have extended growing seasons in some parts of the country.

But by starting to sell them in the fall�or, as we do, in August�folks have plenty of time to be ready for the next growing season, for the next year, and of course, for the�winter.The �winter� for many long-range weather forecasters, including ours, spans the period from November to March�not from the Dec solstice to the Mar equinox, as the calendar indicates.

The longer �season� enables them to cover the meteorological winter. The short-range forecasters, such as those we all see/hear on TV and radio and elsewhere seldom speak to this longer span of�time.You are one of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of people who share the Almanac as a Christmas gift, and we really appreciate it.

(And we hope your family and friends do, too!) They are getting a whole year of everything�and a whole year of weather, just on a slightly diff timeframe. (We hesitate to suggest that if you/they wanted it, perhaps you could give them and �early Christmas� gift�but we realize that may not work for you for numerous�reasons.)We hope this explanation helps. And thanks again for spreading cheer with a yellow cover on it. Merry�Christmas!long range forecast for Warwick, RI - 27 February and 6 March� replySubmitted by Cathy Kilner on September 12, 2016 - 12:12pm Hello.

I need to host an event in Warwick, RI on one of these dates. I will have people flying in from all over the country and am always fearful of the weather this time of the year.

I have never used the Farmer's Almanac before. What advise do you have for me? Winter weather� replySubmitted by Terry on September 3, 2016 - 4:23pm If you scroll up to see the Canadian weather map for winter, notice it says �cold� and �snowy.� This means that the weather will be colder than normal with above-normal snowfall and precipitation.

(When we speak to what�s �normal,� we are referring to 30-year statistical averages, prepared by government meteorological agencies.) I hope this is�helpful. Eastern Mich. winter� replySubmitted by Lois Keel on August 31, 2016 - 6:11pm I read the comment about the Michigan mitten, but am uncertain as the eastern part of MI from the thumbtip down looks like it _may_ be a different color.

Did you mean that area along the lake to be blue or green? It makes a difference if off the lake there farmers almanac winter 2016 2017 predictions pacific northwest are Cold and Snowy or are we Mild and Wet? Upcoming winter 2016-17 forecast for the Great Lakes region� replySubmitted by Andrea on August 28, 2016 - 12:02pm Hi, Andrea, Scroll up to see the US Winter Weather map, and notice the varying forecasts in the areas around the Great Lakes.

Briefly, unless you�re in the �Mitten of Michigan� you will need your mittens and a shovel (maybe a plow), plenty o� heating fuel of your choice, a full larder (pantry) for those days when you won�t be able to travel. For monthly/daily forecast details on exactly where you are, purchase an Almanac or check back.

We post the months, two at a�time.Here�s hoping you get the weather you�want! Nov. 2016 weather for WI� replySubmitted by carole on August 27, 2016 - 6:13pm Hi Shirley, Your winter in Texas should be warmer than average, with below-normal precipitation and near-normal snowfall. For more details, please pick up a copy of the new 2017 Almanac! You can find the paperback, hardcover, and digital edition in our online store here: https://store.almanac.com/store/almanacs�or it will arrive in retail stores by Labor�Day!

What should Rapid City South� replySubmitted by Amanda on August 12, 2016 - 2:22pm Hi Jack, from the Yukon! We presume you are ask



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