Are you the winner?
It’s now time for the moment you have all been waiting for… THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WINNERS OF THE SNOW PREDICTION CONTEST!
The contest is now over and we’ve checked and double-checked the totals.¬† Here are the winners of the snow prediction contest.
If your name is listed below, expect a call from us sometime in the near future… (Read More)
It’s time again for our winter forecast, or as we affectionately call it… WINTERCAST 2010-11!
This year, we’ll give you our predictions and then we’ll see what you predicted in our snow prediction contest.¬ The results are rather interesting.
Take a look at what we’re thinking.
Here is a list of 30-year averages for [...]
Get the umbrella ready. Get the raincoat out. It’s going to be one of those days tomorrow.
Low pressure will move up from the south tonight and tomorrow, spreading an initially light rain into the Alleghenies. As the day wears on and that low strengthens, rain will become steadier and heavier. By the time [...]
Old Farmer's Almanac 2011
Last week we posted that Farmers’ Almanac’s prediction for the upcoming winter.¬† I walked in to the studio on Wednesday and had a package sitting on the desk waiting for me.¬† It was from the folks at the Old Farmer’s Almanac.
They sent me a copy of the book and some information about their upcoming winter, as if I was actually going to do something useful with it other than mock it.
What I did decide to do was use it here on the blog since everybody seems to like this kind of information.¬† Remember that this information should be taken with a grain of salt and that we won’t be giving our forecast until late in October or early in November, when we get closer and feel a little more confident about making a forecast.¬† Forecasts made this far our should not be relied upon as they are strictly guesses.
That being said, here’s what the Old Farmer’s Almanac is saying for us for the coming winter… (Read More)
Farmer's Almanac - Winter 2010-11
I’m not a big fan nor do I buy into long range forecasting, but I know some of you do.
When I saw this earlier this morning, I knew it was going to be my blog post for the day.
Please don’t take this as gospel.¬† It’s way too early to make a forecast for winter.¬† You might be able to make generalities about the entire season, but that’s about it.¬† Your best bet is to just take the winter month by month as it goes by.¬† There’s no changing the weather.
Here’s some of what the Farmer’s Almanac has to say of the coming winter.