It was a cold day on top of New England's largest mountain. It didn't even get above zero! That's the second earliest date that Mount Washington had a high temperature of zero or colder since 1948. #nhwx pic.twitter.com/nJMHwnRQeu
— NWS Gray (@NWSGray) November 15, 2018
As if 2017 wasn’t doing the most already, the Farmers’ Almanac on Tuesday released some winter predictions, and a whole lotta snow is in the forecast, according to Time Magazine.
It’s worth noting that the Almanac has been pretty spot-on in its predictions: All of its estimates for last year’s winter came true.
While described as “normal” as far as temperatures go, the Almanac predicted that regions throughout the United States will experience “above-normal” precipitation levels, especially in the Northeast and Southeast.
Read more here.