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The 2015 Farmers Almanac
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Snow Pictures

The snow is falling and falling. The Northeast is getting yet another blizzard and the Great Lakes Region is also seeing white.

Here’s what people are saying:

“Congratulations! You nailed the December winter storm for the Great Lakes Region and February 8 was your target for the current one. It came on the 5th and again today, the 9th. That’s pretty good shootin’. How do you do it!?‘ –DJ Newark, Ohio

Peter, you and Ms. Duncan will be happy to know that we here in the Chicago area are expecting 9”-12” of snow starting after midnight tonight and falling until early Wednesday, just as The Farmers’ Almanac predicted for this week in the Great Lakes region. I will definitely let everybody know that the FA hit another bull’s eye!” K. Chalmers

Here are a few pictures of snow that’s falling today in New Jersey. If you have a picture you’d like to share, go to our Farmers’ Almanac Facebook page to post them there.


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