What a beautiful Thanksgiving weekend we had with temperatures in the mid 20’s!
But the warmer than usual fall days here in Nova Scotia will soon be replaced by…. winter, and the Canadian Farmers’ Almanac said it’s going to be colder and snowier than normal this year.
The 2018 edition of the Almanac is predicting colder temperatures — about one to two degrees below normal — and above-normal snow in many parts of the Maritimes.
We should expect one storm in January, two storms in February and two in March.
Those storms are predicted to hit:
Jan. 20 to 23
Feb. 4 to 7
Feb. 16 to 19
March 1 to 3
March 20 to 23
There is at least one storm on February 4th to the 7th where we could see up to 60 centimetres!
The the Farmers’ Almanac has been predicting the weather since 1818.
I’m still gonna wear the shorts for as long as possible and hope the jeans still fit when the cooler times come!