You May Not Like These Predictions About Utah’s Brutally Snowy Upcoming Winter

Every year, the Farmer’s Almanac makes its weather predictions for the upcoming winter. The site claims 80 percent accuracy, and you might not like what it has to say about Utah’s 2017-2018 winter.

May, 2018 is predicted to be much hotter than normal, and the Farmer’s Almanac is predicting a hotter summer overall, with below-average precipitation throughout the Beehive State’s hottest months.

What do you think? Is the Farmer’s Almanac legit? Does this forecast make you happy?

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