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Farmer's Almanac Predicts Harsh Winter For Some

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The Farmer’s Almanac is on stands and it’s predicting you’ll need a heavy coat for the upcoming winter. The Farmer’s Almanac is on stands and it’s predicting you’ll need a heavy coat for the upcoming winter.
The 197-year-old publication predicts a chilly and wet season for the Southeast. The 197-year-old publication predicts a chilly and wet season for the Southeast.
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The Farmer’s Almanac is on stands and it’s predicting you’ll need a heavy coat for the upcoming winter.

The 197-year-old publication predicts a chilly and wet season for the Southeast.

The almanac also says a winter storm will hit the Northeast around the same time the Super Bowl is played at Metlife Stadium in New Jersey.

It also predicts a colder than normal winter for two thirds of the country, and predicts heavy snowfall in the Midwest, Great Lakes and New England.

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