Friday, August 29, 2008

Skiing 2009 from the Farmer's Almanac Forecast

“Numb's the word!” This is how the world-famous Old Farmer’s Almanac describes the upcoming 2008-2009 winter season, contrary to what the majority of Americans might be praying for. The forecast says, at least 75% of the country will have a colder winter with numbingly below-average temperatures.

And what else could be better way to spend this snowy season other than skiing and snowboarding? Start packing up your things now for the much-awaited season will soon be at hand! Beginning in late November through the middle of February above-normal snowfalls are predicted, the Almanac said.

The Northeast could be your best skiing escape this year, as this is the area most likely to experience drier than usual snowfalls. Dry snowfalls equal fine and powdery snow, and how often do we get to experience "powder days" here in the east. So if your sitting there staring at a thermometer that is still pushing 90, cheer up.

Check it our yourself at the Old Farmer's Almanac website, and let those dreams of effortless turns in the white stuff begin!

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