Get Ready To Bundle Up, The Farmers Almanac is Predicting Below Average Temperatures This Winter In North Carolina
We couldn’t be more thrilled with the approach of fall in North Carolina this year – fall foliage, pumpkin spice everything, cozy sweaters… it’s all so perfect! But for those who plan ahead, what about winter? What’s in store for the Tar Heel State this upcoming winter? Every year since 1818, the Farmers’ Almanac winter weather forecast has been released for the entirety of the United States. The organization has an 80% accuracy rate and many people look forward to these predictions each year. Read on to see the Farmers’ Almanac winter forecast for North Carolina.
So how about it, North Carolina? Are you a follower of the Farmers’ Almanac? Are you hoping for a cold, wet winter, or are you crossing your fingers that the Farmers’ Almanac winter forecast for North Carolina is wrong and we’ll have higher temperatures than expected? Share your thoughts in the comments!
Winter In North Carolina
What are some great things to do in North Carolina in the winter?
There are so many opportunities for winter fun in North Carolina. We have great chances for plenty of wonderful winter sports: do you like skiing? Or snow boarding? If you’re not up for something quite that active, snow tubing is a great activity that just about everyone can enjoy. Hawksnest Snow Tubing is actually the largest snow tubing park on the entire East Coast and it’s right in Seven Devils.
What are some of the most beautiful places to visit in winter in North Carolina?
There are so many places in North Carolina that are perfect to visit in the winter. You might think that day trips and vacations are better in warm weather, but there’s something really nice about visiting in the winter when there are fewer tourists and it’s calmer. All our wonderful ski resorts are just perfect for a day of athletic fun in the snow.
What are some of the best ski resorts in North Carolina?
You may be tempted to think bigger is better when it comes to ski slopes, but have you ever checked out Ski Sapphire Valley in Sapphire? It’s got the shortest ski slope in North Carolina. At only 1,600 feet long, it drops about 200 feet over its course. It’s the length of five football fields.