Yes its another weather thread......I'm sure you can deal with it!
Old wives tales, high tech weather forecasting gadgets, studying the history of wether patterns, old farmers feeling it in their bones.......
Lets face it, one of these things will be true for someone, somewhere, eh?
Farmers Almanac says that the Northeast and Great Lakes Region will have a great ski season, while Colorado will be lower than average, and the Northwest will be average.
That sounds nothing like the La Niña, forecast, which predicts a repeat of last year's ski season for the Northwest, Northern Tier, and Sierras, which we all know was anything but average.
Cold temperatures and a wet climate mean deep powder in the Northwest
When I was visiting Michigan last month I noticed that the Walnut husks are thicker than normal, which (according to my grandpa) means a hard winter is ahead in the Great Lakes State
I'm not into predictions much, but its hard to believe that my grandpa could be wrong.
Shall we predict what's coming, or revisit this during the season to chat about what's who was right and who was wrong?