Farmers' Almanac has been forecasting winter for more than 200 years
First published copy of the Farmers' Almanac was in 1818
The Farmers' Almanac has been forecasting weather for more than 200 years.
The first published copy of the Farmers' Almanac was in 1818.
It recently published its yearly winter outlook in which the almanac says that winter is going to be a season of flip-flopping conditions across the U.S.
WARMER-THAN-AVERAGE WINTER PREDICTED IN SOUTH AND EAST; BELOW-AVERAGE TEMPERATURES FAVORED IN NORTHWEST
The almanac not only provides long-range weather forecasts for the United States, but it also contains articles about gardening, cooking, home remedies and all your business needs.