You’re Going To Love These Predictions About Nebraska’s Mild Upcoming Winter

If there’s one phrase that sums up winter in Nebraska, it’s “expect the unexpected.” Sometimes we can experience weather in the mid-70s all the way into December, while in other years it can start snowing in September and not stop until April. The Farmers Almanac just released its outlook for the coming year, and this winter is looking like it’s going to be a pretty mild one.

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For more information on the Almanac’s predictions for this winter, check out this site. Scroll down to find your region/city.

Historically, the Old Farmer’s Almanac has been about 80% accurate with its predictions. Do you have your own methods of predicting the upcoming winter’s weather? Share your guesses in the comments!