Glacial Winter: Brutal and Snowy Winter Predicted For New York
We still have six weeks officially left in summer for 2022. Luckily, the weather hasn't been overly humid the last several days, like it was for a good few weeks at the end of July and early August for much of New York State.
Before you know it the autumn weather will be blowing into the region and we will enjoy 50-degree temperatures with rainfall and brisk winds that remind you of October days as a kid.
While the fall should be seasonable, for the most part, it appears the winter will be another thing entirely.
The winter forecast is out for the country from the Farmer's Almanac and it isn't a great forecast for those in New York State.
According to the winter forecast, New York State will see above average snowfall and be met with a winter that is filed with slush and ice.
The Almanac says it will be a "glacial" winter for those in New York State.
We have had a very warm and downright hot summer, which might indicate we get met with a harsh winter and it looks like that is the expectation.
For those in Western New York, a few lake effect snowstorms will likely take place, while a few passing storms may push ice and snow into much of the state.
We're still four months away from the start of winter but we always seem to get early snowfall by November. We will see if this forecast rings true come December and January...