BUNDLE UP: Early Forecast Calls For Brutal Winter In New Jersey After Mild Season

With the warm weather outdoors you may not want to think about it, but winter is coming. And while it’s most certainly quite difficult to forecast the weather so far in advance, at least one model says that we’re in for a rough winter.

The Farmer’s Almanac has released its prediction for winter, and it says New Jersey will be getting a lot more snow than last year, albeit that’s not saying much considering how little snow we got in the 2022-2023 winter season.

“December 2023 is forecast to start out quite stormy,” the Almanac asserts. “Our extended forecast calls for some blizzard conditions blowing snow into areas over Northern England, the North Central States, and northern and central areas of New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.”

“For those of you living along the I-95 corridor from Washington to Boston, who saw a lack of wintry precipitation last winter, you should experience quite the opposite, with lots of rain/sleet and snowstorms to contend with,” it ominously warns.

As noted above, it specifically forecasts a stormy December, but it also predicts a winter storm in the second week of February, and another storm during the first week of March.

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