Farmer’s Almanac 2019-2020 Winter Forecast

The Farmer's Almanac publishes forecasts every August that look ahead to the upcoming winter season. These are widely circulated as a "bonafide forecast" for what to expect during the winter months across the United States.

But as we discussed ahead of the 2018-2019 season, there continues to be no track record of accuracy from the Farmer's Almanac and every other long-range forecast for the upcoming winter season. These forecasts cover multiple months but we know that skiing quality improves and degrades with storm cycles that last a few days to a week.

Paying attention to the 1-10 day forecast (All-Access only) is the way that you'll find powder and give you the best information for your weekend trip or destination ski vacation.

One final note: There is not one but two Farmer’s Almanacs. The "Old Farmer’s Almanac" was started in 1792, while the "Farmer's Almanac" began publishing in 1818.

2019-2020 Old Farmer's Almanac Winter Forecast

2019-2020 Farmer's Almanac Winter Forecast

While there is no track record of accuracy for these season-ahead long-range forecasts, they are still fun to look while we dream about future powder days.

RELATED: NOAA’s 2019-2020 Winter Forecast

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