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The 2016 Farmers Almanac
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Will The Summer Warmth Continue? Check Our Fall Outlook

Will The Summer Warmth Continue? Check Our Fall Outlook

Fall officially arrives on September 22nd. But will the heat hang on? What about foliage? Find out what’s in store. Includes Canada, too!

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Sky High at the Balloon Festival

Sky High at the Balloon Festival

Up, up and away. Editor Pete Geiger shares his experience at the Great Falls Balloon Festival in Maine.

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U.S. Lightning Fatalities 2016

U.S. Lightning Fatalities 2016

Editor Peter Geiger shares lightning safety tips and where and when this year’s fatalities occurred.

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10 Ways to Conserve Water AND Grow Beautiful Gardens

10 Ways to Conserve Water AND Grow Beautiful Gardens

Summer heat creates the need for watering your plants. Check out these 10 strategies that will help you conserve and use water wisely.

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2016 Summer Beach Forecast

2016 Summer Beach Forecast

Summer isn’t quite here yet but beach season is! Get our beach forecast for the best days to have some fun in the sun, sand, and ocean.

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Get Ready For The 2015 Winter Solstice!

Get Ready For The 2015 Winter Solstice!

Winter officially arrives on Monday, December 21st at 11:48 p.m. EST in the Northern Hemisphere. Here’s everything you need to know, including the legends and folklore, surrounding this event!

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Make Sun Tea This Summer!

Make Sun Tea This Summer!

Sun Tea: easy to make and, best of all, no stove required! We show you how to select the best container, water, and tea varieties for the safest, most perfect Sun brew!

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Why Are They Called “Dog Days” of Summer?

Why Are They Called “Dog Days” of Summer?

Where did the term come from? And what does it have to do with dogs? Find out!

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Canada Day 2015 Forecast

Canada Day 2015 Forecast

July 1 is Canada Day! Before you make your holiday plans, be sure to read our forecast first!

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