After a scorcher of a summer, they are calling for a deep freeze of a winter! Who are they? The folks at the Old Farmer’s Almanac.
According to the 225 year old publication, Canada is in for a cold, snowy winter. “It looks as though it’s going to be colder and snowier from coast to coast to coast.”
According to the Almanac, most of Canada can expect a snowy winter with below-average temperatures followed by an unseasonably cool summer. The prairies and much of northern Canada will be spared the winter snow, but will remain frigid. British Columbia, Newfoundland and P.E.I., however, will be blessed with warm summers.
Unhappy with the forecast? Well, you better suck it up — and cover up. Historically speaking, the Old Farmer’s Almanac has been roughly 80 per cent accurate.
Get a nice warm coat and some good boots-and get ready for winter Barrie!