Delaware: Farmer’s Almanac Makes Major Winter ’23/’24 Prediction
Last year was fairly mild for those in Delaware. So, will the luck continue for the upcoming winter? The Farmer’s Almanac has come out with its Delaware Farmer’s Almanac predictions for the 2023-2024 winter season.
Before we get to the first state, let’s look at the winter outlook across the country. The Farmer’s Almanac states that cold, winter weather is coming back this season. That does not make me happy. “After a warm winter anomaly last year, traditional cool temperatures and snowy weather conditions will return to the contiguous United States,” they state. They also say that the snow and cold will come early, marking December being an exceptionally stormy month. “Our extended weather forecast calls for some blizzard conditions blowing snow into areas over northern New England, the North Central States, and northern and central areas of New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Arkansas,” they explain.
Delaware Farmer’s Almanac predictions
In general, the forecast states that Delaware will have an exceptionally cold and stormy winter. “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,” a press release explains. They also state that cold weather fans will be very happy, as especially people in the Great Lakes, Midwest, and northern New England areas are going to get pummeled with snow and cold temperatures.
Did you know that the Farmer’s Almanac even gets specific with their long-range forecasts. For Delaware, they predict a major story the second week of January in the Pacific Coast and Eastern States. They also expect, “An East Coast storm affecting the Northeast and New England states will bring snowfall, cold rain and then frigid temperatures, during the second week of February.” Finally, one more storm will come in March. Find the full study here.