We all know how hard it is to predict the weather. Even Meteorologists who study weather trends for a living get it wrong at least half of the time. So there is no real way to predict the weather that we will have this coming winter. All we can do is take the information that we are given and make the best of it. Sometimes, if you have two professionals telling you completely different things you can split the difference and go right up the middle. So we have two sources that are telling us completely different things and we will let you decide who is right, if either of them are.

Old Farmer’s Almanac

The Old Farmer’s Almanac is a classic representation of what the future weather may bring. It has been accurate 80% of the time since 1972 so its prediction has some merit. They are predicting that the Pacific Northwest will have colder than normal temperatures throughout the winter with “buckets” of snowfall for almost everyone. They also say that almost everyone will experience a white Christmas in some form or another.

 

Accuweather

On the other hand, Accuweather, a very prominent online weather service, states that Washington State will have a very dry, mild winter. They say this because of the summer that Washington has experienced this year. The state has been devastated with wildfires throughout the summer and it is not likely to change.

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Sources:

http://www.countryliving.com/life/a36213/farmers-almanac-winter-2016/
http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/2015-us-fall-forecast-winter-preview/51471589