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Farmers' Almanac forecasting a "Winter Whopper" for Ohio

Farmers' Almanac forecasting a "Winter Whopper" for Ohio (WKRC file)
Farmers' Almanac forecasting a "Winter Whopper" for Ohio (WKRC file)
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CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Winter is coming!

The Farmers' Almanac released its extended forecast for the 2021-22 season, showing winter could be brutal for parts of Ohio.

"The Great Lakes, Midwest, and Ohio Valley will have more than their fair share of cold and flaky weather in January," said The Farmer's Almanac.

For those of you who love snow, you can expect a "normal amount" this winter season across the country, according to the Almanac.

January will reportedly start mild, then trend to colder weather as the month progresses.

For much of the nation, February will be much quieter than its preceding month. For Ohio, that will remain true until again the month is almost over.

"We’re forecasting a 'winter whopper' for parts of the Northeast and Ohio Valley toward the end of February," said the Farmers' Almanac.

March will be a lion, but like the whole season, it won't be until it will be. Most days will be mild, but when storms appear, expect them to be fierce, says the Almanac.

"From start to finish, the month will be full of stretches of uneventful weather, but when it turns stormy, the precipitation will come in big doses. For the East and Midwest, for example, a late winter storm will blow in at mid-month followed by a nor’easter along the East Coast toward month’s end," said the Almanac.

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