Tennessee September 09, 2017
You May Not Like These Predictions About Tennessee’s Freezing Cold Upcoming Winter
Here in Tennessee, we’ve finally started to feel the bite of the upcoming autumn. What a sweet thing, to wake up in the morning and feel the twinge of fall, the crispness in the air that speaks of autumn. Then of course, what comes after the beauty of the fall?
The Old Farmer’s Almanac, has just released their findings for the 2017-2018 winter in Tennessee — are you ready to hear? You may just want to batten down the hatches…
Tennessee is located in what is known as Deep South Region, and the winter of 2017 is bound to be a doozy. The chilliest times will be during mid-December (which maybe means a white Christmas?) and will continue into early January.
Tennessee is known for its mild seasons and differentiated weather patterns, but we're definitely going to have snowfall this year, especially across the northernmost part of the state.
Snow is predicted to fall all four months of winter, beginning in mid-December and stretching through to January, February, and early March, with higher than normal snowfall. If you were here during the Polar Vortex of 2014 or Nashville's Snowpocalypse of 2015, you may just know what we're in for...
The following spring of 2018 will continue to show an increase in precipitation, especially through April and May. The cooler than normal temperatures in the winter are predicted to continue straight through our flowering spring months.
Make sure to keep an eye out for February, though. The tiny pink and white Valentine's month is supposed to have some of the chilliest temperatures of 2018. Coupled with impending snowstorms, you may just want to stock up early. Buy up them water bottles and fill up the car, friends!
What do you think about the predictions for the 2017-2018 winter? D'you think they'll come true, or are you predicting a warmer winter season? Let us know in the comments below! The weather has a way of throwing curve balls, so we're interested to see what you think.
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