Farmers Almanac has just released their long range forecast for the winter of 2011 - 2012. From the looks of it, the Farmers Almanac is in agreement that the weather in the United States during the winter of 2011 - 2012 will be strongly influenced by La Nina. This means that the Pacific North West will receive above average amounts of snowfall during the upcoming winter with below average snowfall for the South West. Here is the official prediction made by the world famous winter weather guide The Farmers Almanac. Farmers Almanac Winter Weather Prediction 2011 – 2012 | La Nina Forecast | Unofficial Networks

Farmers Almanac Winter Weather Prediction 2011 - 2012 | La Nina Forecast

Farmers Almanac Winter Weather Prediction 2011 - 2012 | La Nina Forecast

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Farmers Almanac Winter Weather Prediction 2011 - 2012 | La Nina Forecast

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Farmers Almanac has just released their long range forecast for the winter of 2011 – 2012. From the looks of it, the Farmers Almanac is in agreement that the weather in the United States during the winter of 2011 – 2012 will be strongly influenced by La Nina. This means that the Pacific North West will receive above average amounts of snowfall during the upcoming winter with below average snowfall for the South West. Here is the official prediction made by the world famous winter weather guide The Farmers Almanac.

Farmers Almanac Winter Weather Prediction 2012

For the winter of 2011–12, the Farmers’ Almanac is forecasting “clime and punishment,” a season of unusually cold and stormy weather. For some parts of the country, that means a frigid climate; while for others, it will mean lots of rain and snow.

The upcoming winter looks to be cold to very cold for the Northern Plains, parts of the Northern Rockies, and the western Great Lakes. In contrast, above-normal temperatures are expected across most of the southern and eastern U.S. Near-normal temperatures are expected in the Midwest and Far West, and in southern
Florida.

A very active storm track will bring much heavier-than-normal precipitation from the Southern Plains through Tennessee into Ohio, the Great Lakes, and the Northeast. Because of above normal temperatures, much of the precipitation will likely be rain or mixed precipitation, although, during February, some potent East Coast storms could leave heavy snow, albeit of a wet and slushy consistency.

An active Pacific Storm track will guide storm systems into the Pacific Northwest, giving it a wetter-than-normal winter.

Drier-than-normal weather will occur in the Southwest and Southeast corners of the nation.

To see a more detailed long-range forecast for your area, pick up a copy of the 2012 Farmers’ Almanac today!

Here is the Farmers’ Almanac’s prediction for Canada’s 2012 winter. FarmersAlmanac.com

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