The Farmers’ Almanac predicts that this year will be colder than normal. It predicts below normal winter weather for the southeast and Appalachian regions, that includes all of North Carolina.
The latest weather forecast
The Almanac predicts weather for North Carolina will be shivery, slippery, and wet with temperatures possibly getting to 40 degrees below zero. There will be plenty of snow for everyone, some might even say too much. The Farmers’ Almanac even said this winter will be “filled with plenty of shaking, shivering and shoveling.”
Information about the weather
This winter is going to be unreasonably cold. Much of the southeast will have many cold fronts that will bring in cold rain and strong winter weather including wet snow, sleet, ice, freezing rain and cold temperatures according to the Farmers’ Almanac. The Almanac also predicts the upcoming winter “will split the country in two.” The western half of the country will have not as harsh weather, while the eastern half will get colder weather.
Upcoming storms and rain
Although the Farmers’ Almanac predicts the weather will be split across the US, it will still be colder than previous years. People can expect “mild” or ”very cold” conditions. These temperatures include 40 degrees below zero and above, but wherever you are in the US, there will be more snow than “normal.” Snowfall will be between early and late January and in February according to the Almanac.
2022-2023 winter weather will be very cold if you live in either in western half or the eastern half of the country. Expect 40 degrees below zero temperatures and shivery, slippery, and wet conditions. Remember to use the snow in any fun way you can, including sledding and four wheeling. Don’t forget to get a shovel and some snow gear because this upcoming year will be a cold and snowy one.