The Farmers Almanac Predicts Winter 2020 In Washington Will Have Chilly Temperatures And Average Snowfall

Last winter was a pretty intense one in Washington, with the east side getting a few more snow days than usual ad the west side… well, seeing actual snow (in February, no less). So what’s in store for the winter ahead? According to the Farmers Almanac, it may be just as wild. While the general extended forecast calls for higher temperatures than normal, there may also be some major storms to contend with.

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Do you use the Farmers Almanac to try and plan around the weather? Remember, a snowy winter in Washington isn’t always a bad thing.