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Farmers Almanac
The 2017 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Category — Weather

Labor Day Weekend Weather: Wild or Wonderful? Get Our Forecast!

Should you pack an umbrella or the sunscreen? Find out what we’re predicting for your holiday weekend. Includes Canada, too!

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Our Winter 2015-2016 Forecast: How’d We Do?

How did last winter’s weather compare to our predictions? Find out.

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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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2016 Hurricane Outlook

Hurricane season officially starts on June 1. How active will the season be? Get the forecast here.

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Memorial Day Forecast: Will the weather cooperate for outdoor events?

The unofficial start to summer is fast approaching. Find out what the weather might bring for your Memorial Day weekend.

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Spring Storm Home Safety Checklist

Make sure your home is prepared this season for whatever Mother Nature throws your way with these helpful tips.

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Best Weather For Gardening Tasks

Good gardening weather can be different from what you’d expect. Find out when the best times are to tackle your chores.

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What’s In Store For Easter? Get Our Forecast!

Will the Easter holiday bring showers of sunshine or snow? Check out our Easter weather forecast now.

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