Hoosiers Should Expect Extra Flaky Snowfalls This Winter According To The Farmers’ Almanac
Hoosiers are a hearty people, well suited to withstand wintery blasts. But with the weather always changing like, well, itself, how are you supposed to know just what the snowy season has in store for you?
While by no means infallible, the Farmers’ Almanac has been speculating on upcoming seasons for centuries. This year, it’s an unusually flaky Indiana winter in the cards. Don’t let that mislead you, though. “Flaky” is the type of snow that’s supposed to fall on Hoosier homes across the state this season. It doesn’t mean the winter might cancel its plans and not show up at all.
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So, as you hunker down for your Hoosier winter, recall that the Farmers’ Almanac warned you this one will be full of flakes. But there’s no reason to be bitter about the snow shivers as long as you’re prepared. Just get those tires checked, pull on your parka, and ready yourself for another Hoosier holiday done right.
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Benjamin Clancy is the Illinois and Indiana writer at Only In Your State, a doctoral candidate at UNC Chapel Hill in Communication, and an artistic type who has attended the Vermont Studio Center residency in poetry writing and makes something like music as "little other." They grew up in Austin, Texas and currently live in Chicago, IL with their partner, two dogs, and a cat. Get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
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