Farmer’s Almanac predicts snowy winter

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Almost everyone knows about the Farmer’s Almanac and it’s rather mystical and mysterious methods in weather forecasting.  Whether right or wrong, there’s something conversational and fun about looking into a crystal ball to get the winter forecast months ahead of time.

The 2012 Old Farmer’s Almanac called for “Sunny and Cool” weather lase June, with average highs at 70°.

We all know too well that last June was the start of our fierce drought.  The average high was actually 91.6°.

-Kansas First News StormTrack Meteorologist, Kyle Borchert

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