Has our early December storm provided us with a preview of what is to come for us this winter?
According to the Farmers Almanac, this winters temperatures, precipitation and snowfall will be above normal. They are anticipating the coldest periods from mid to late November, early January, mid to late February and into early March. The snowiest periods expected for us this winter will run early to mid December, mid to late January, mid February and early March – sounds like a good time to become a snowbird!
According to the Weather Network, the cold weather will be most consistent during mid and late winter, with extended periods of severe cold. An active storm track could possibly bring above normal snowfall totals to much of the region, along with a risk for freezing rain at times. Lake-effect snow is likely until above normal ice coverage on the Great Lakes becomes a limiting factor during the month of February.
Either way you slice it, looks like we are in for a cold and snowy winter this year!
Will it be a snow day for you during the next snow storm or will your roads be clear to get you where you need to go? You can click the button below to see when your road will be plowed. How cool is that?
AND, if your plan for today is to stay indoors, it’s a great time to check out homes for sale without going outside.