You’ll Be Pleased To Hear That Washington’s Upcoming Winter Is Supposed To Be More Mild Than Last Year’s

If you’re a big fan of the Farmer’s Almanac, you may be feeling conflicted about what you’ve seen for the upcoming winter. While the Old Farmer’s Almanac is claiming winter in Washington will be more warm and wet that frigid and snowy, the “newer” Farmer’s Almanac (it started publication in 1818) has called for a teeth-chattering, snow-filled winter. Here’s some good news: the Old Farmer’s Almanac is probably the correct one.

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Washington is so gorgeous in any season. And if you’re not excited for winter’s arrival, these photos just might change your mind.