Old Farmer’s Almanac Predicts Snowpocalypse 2018 Expected for Boise
The Old Farmer’s Almanac was founded in 1792 and is proclaimed to be about 80% accurate when predicting which means we could be in for Snowpocalypse 2018.
While the Old Farmer’s Almanac doesn’t specify cities it does tell us what we’re getting in which regions.
Winter will be colder than normal, especially in the south, with the coldest periods from late November into early December and in late December, mid-January, and early February. Precipitation will be slightly below normal in the north and above in the south, with above-normal snowfall in both.
Bottom line is this. We’re supposed to have colder temperatures and more snow than normal. Who knows how much? I do think most of us may be a little more prepared this year and I’m talking mentally. Hey, we’ve been through it. Been there done that. I’m purposely not watching any t.v. now so I can binge watch through the months of November, December, and January.
In the meantime, enjoy what we have. Joe Nichols sang it best… “Sunny and 75″. I’m taking in every beautiful second we have this Fall and I’ll give you a call when I need my walkway shoveled five times a day. $10/hr. Who’s in?