Farmers’ Almanac Editor Predicts a Long, Cold Winter

Updated 1 year ago

It’s going to be a good year for those who love the bitter cold.

The 2014 Farmers’ Almanac is out and editors are predicting a long, chilly winter.

The publication started in 1818.

Although the almanac does focus on weather, it also includes safety tips.

The editor says Mainers need to be ready to drive in the snow again and how to prepare for power outages.

Also, get ready to bundle up in 2014, especially during the time of year when you’re used seeing to the snow melt.

Editor, Peter Geiger, said “We have two storms in March and one in April. Even one the last few days of April, so it looks to me like it will be a cold winter. I think there will be a lot of snow. And for the sporting fans, we talked about how there’s going to be a storm during the Super Bowl, which we’re now calling stormbowl.”

For more information, head to FarmersAlmanac.com.


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