Georgia August 20, 2017
You May Not Like These Predictions About Georgia’s Wild Upcoming Winter
So while temperatures may seem to be climbing in the month of August for Georgia, some people may even long for cooler temperatures come fall. However, when you see what this year’s Farmer’s Almanac predictions have in store for Georgia, you may not be so excited.
While you may need to have your shovels ready for a little part of Georgia's winter, it won't be what you're used to.
The Farmer's Almanac has predicted that this winter in Georgia the weather will be less snowy and much more wet.
Winter in Georgia in 2017-2018 will be much warmer and wetter compared to past years.
There have been a few winter seasons in Georgia in particular that snowfall has been in abundance. Yet, this winter the predictions call for a much warmer climate.
In fact, for those looking forward to some snow, the Farmer's Almanac is predicting that January and February will have the most snowfall.
The Farmer's Almanac predicts that the coldest periods in the state will be in early January and early February.
So for anyone looking for some snowy weather in Georgia, early January and early February will give you the best shot.
Although, that doesn't mean that you can break out the springtime plans just yet.
What do you think about these predictions? Are you happy that Georgia is set to have a warmer winter than usual? Share with us in the comments! Otherwise, make sure that during the January and February months in Georgia you check out
The One Winter Hike That Will Show You Georgia Like Never Before.