Pennsylvania Winter August 17, 2017
You May Not Like These Predictions About Pennsylvania’s Brutally Snowy Upcoming Winter
Sure, we might be sweltering in the heat of summer right now, seeking the solace of an air-conditioned room. Maybe some of us are even secretly wishing for those upcoming winter days. Are you ready for what just might be the Pennsylvania snowy winter the Old Farmer’s Almanac is predicting?
Start planning for what looks to be a snowy winter, Pennsylvania. But, don’t worry, you won’t have to deal with the below freezing temperatures of recent winters.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac just released its predictions for its 2017-18 winter season with Pennsylvania expected to experience normal winter temperatures but those normal temperatures will likely…
Bring a lower than average snowfall, at least for Western Pennsylvania, and with snow at perhaps just the right time: in mid-December (just in time for Christmas), early February, and the middle of March.
While you’re enjoying lower than average snowfall, prepare to bundle up for the season’s coldest temperatures from the middle to the end of December, the beginning of January, and the middle of February.
Have your shovels ready, Northern Pennsylvania, because your snowiest winter days will fall from mid to late December, at the beginning of February, and in the middle of March.
Keep warm during the coldest parts of the winter, predicted to be the beginning of December, the beginning of January, and during the middle of February.
Put on your boots, the rest of Pennsylvania, because you’re in for plenty of snow this winter, with the heaviest snowfall expected to be from early to mid January and in mid-March.
You’ll have less snow than other parts of the state but you won’t escape the cold. Get ready for those blustery winter days, the coldest of which are expected to fall at the end of December through the middle of January and in the first half of February.
Are you ready for Pennsylvania’s snowy winter? If the Farmer’s Almanac proves true, you’ll have plenty to do when it snows, including
tobogganing, horseback riding, and snow tubing.
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