Canadian Farmers’ Almanac Predicts Teeth-Chattering Winter Ahead – Are you prepared?
Winter is the toughest time of the year for our fine feathered friends. At a time when feeding their high metabolic rate and keeping their body temperatures is critical we need to be prepared with the right feeders and feed. Suet, Blackoil Sunflower Seed and Peanuts all offer much needed calories, proteins, oils and fats.
Canadian Farmers’ Almanac’s Predicts Teeth-Chattering Winter Ahead
by Sandi Duncan | Sunday, August 26th, 2018 | Posted In: Press Releases
Lewiston, ME: If cold temperatures, above-normal snowfall, and biting winds aren’t your favorite, you’re not going to like the forecast from the 2019 Canadian Farmers’ Almanac. “Teeth-chattering” “biting,” and “cold” are a few of the adjectives the Canadian Farmers’ Almanac is using to describe the upcoming winter.
“Our time-tested, long-range formula is pointing towards a very long, cold, and snow-filled winter,” reports Editor and Philom., Peter Geiger, adding “we stand by our forecast and formula, which accurately predicted most of the winter storms last.”
For most of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and westernmost Ontario, temperatures will average much below seasonal norms. The coldest temperatures are expected during February, when -40°C, or even -45°C, may be possible.
An unusually cold February is also predicted in eastern Ontario and Quebec, with the coldest temperatures running south and east across the Great Lakes to the Laurentian Plateau. Only British Columbia will see near-normal temperatures through the winter. Read more….. https://www.farmersalmanac. com/canadian-farmers-almanacs- predicts-teeth-chattering- winter-ahead-32455
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