Thursday, May 7, 2009

To Be or Not to Be


2009 Farmers Almanac Predicts Colder Than Average Winter For America
The 2009 Farmers Almanac predicts below average winter temperatures for most of America this winter.The Farmers Almanac has been a trusted weather predicator for 192 years and boasts an 80-85% accuracy rate in the weather forecasts. However, the National Weather Service and the Farmers Almanac are in disagreement about the winter temps and snow fall for 2009. The National Weather Service is predicting a warmer than usual winter for much of America.The 2009 edition of the Farmers Almanac, which goes on sale tomorrow, predicts at least two-thirds of the country will suffer colder temperatures than usual, with the Midwest and Northeast getting the brunt of its chills in January and February. Editor of the Farmers Almanac, Peter Geiger says that "This is going to be catastrophic for millions of people".People rely on the Farmers Almanac not only for winter weather predictions, but for moon phases, fishing charts, planting charts and a host of other information, predicted a year in advance.


Vicky said...

Ugh, so true, so true. Every year I think I can't do colder and more snow, and then I do. But how much longer can we keep this up? Change has to occur no matter what the excuses are!

Nessa said...

Is "I don't wanna" a good reason; D

A Lady's Life said...


Gloomy and wet this end.
Our weather changed a bit this year We had a bit more snow but nothing really to complain about and it seems to be chillier although they told us BC was going to grow palm trees soon lol
I thought gardeners would like some Farmer Almanac news and it was interesting how they disagreed with the other weather broadcasters.
Eh Nessa.. you are sharp:) I guess they missed that one lol
Thats the best excuse ever. I don't wanna. lol

A Lady's Life said...

Nessa whisper(I think that answer would get you fired lol)