The Farmers’ Almanac Predicts Winter 2020 In Michigan Will Have Freezing Temps And Above Average Amounts Of Snow

Winter will make its ever-anticipated appearance in Michigan in just a few short months, leaving us vulnerable to chilly temperatures and less-than-ideal weather conditions. While winter in the Great Lakes State often brings snow to the region, weather experts at the Farmers’ Almanac have made some unique predictions about the upcoming season. Read on to learn more about what’s in store.

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For more information about the Farmers’ Almanac and its weather predictions for various sections of the country, click here. Have you adhered to the Almanac’s advice in years past? Are you happy or less-than-thrilled about the possibility of a long, super-snowy winter? Share your thoughts below!

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