The Farmers’ Almanac Predicts A Cold And Snowy Winter For New Jersey, Because 2020

An average winter in New Jersey brings about 15 inches of snow to Cape May County and 62 inches of snow to Sussex County. Winter 2019-2020 saw just .4 inches of snow in the southern half of our state and 39 inches up near High Point. According to the Farmers’ Almanac, this winter will be different.

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Their predictions aren’t just guesses, though the exact formulas they use are unknown. Both claim to use a combination of weather, solar, and atmospheric science. Which forecast are you hoping for?