2014-2015 Winter Weather Outlook

2014 – 2015 Winter Outlook: Are You In for A Cold One?

Posted October 31, 2014 by 6 Comments

Unpack your monster winter coat, oversized gloves, one-size too big boots, and even your lucky pair of thermal underwear. Some of us are in for a cold one this winter!

Take a look at what the Farmer’s Almanac is forecasting for the upcoming 2014-2015 winter.

U.S. 2014-15 Winter Outlook

2014-15 Winter Outlook US

U.S. Forecast from Farmer’s Almanac.

• Below-normal cold temperatures for almost three-quarters of the U.S.

• Coldest outbreak from late January to early February.

• “Red Flagging” the first 10 days of January and first week of February for active storms and    heavy precipitation.

• “Red Flagging” mid-March in Midwestern and Eastern regions for wintry conditions.


Canada 2014-15 Winter Outlook

2014-15 Canada Winter Outlook

Canadian Forecast from Farmer’s Almanac.

• Below-normal cold temperatures for almost three-quarters of Canada.

• Coldest temperatures from the Prairies into the Great Lakes.

• Areas northeast of the Great Lakes will see heavier snow showers.

• “Red Flagging” the first 10 days of January and first week of February for active storms and    heavy precipitation.

• “Red Flagging” mid-March in Midwestern and Eastern regions for wintry conditions.


If they’re calling for chilly, snowy weather in your neck of the woods, now is the time to prepare!

Stock up on some extra supplies, and make sure your snow removal equipment is always ready to go.

6 Comments

  1. Ian B Ferguson
    on November 6, 2014 at 3:18 pm

    Here in the Hunter Valley our Spring is thus far a bit drier than we would like. The temperatures have been nudging 30 degrees C, and the skies are blue. All you folk in the frozen North should close up and come down under to visit us and experience the real Southern hospitality.
    See yawl !
    Fergo ;-}

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  2. Don Sullivan
    on November 6, 2014 at 4:08 pm

    Here in Nebraska, I would love to prepare for this winter with the purchase of a new Toro Single Stage Snow Thrower….with 2 Stroke Engine!
    I had a one such Snow Thrower that lasted better than ten years (5 HP 2 Stroke made by Suzuki?), and was very bummed to find that Toro no longer makes this model.
    I purchased a similar but different brand snow thrower equipped with a 5HP 4 stroke motor and this unit is a major dissapointment.
    Bring Back the 2 Strokes..whats the worst that could happen? Global Warming? GREAT..maybe I will no longer have a need for a snow thrower.

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    • Mike
      on November 7, 2014 at 9:12 am

      Try a Toro 621. It is a 4 stroke honda. Lots of power. Easy start and great on fuel. Plus, you dont smell like smoke when your done. I love mine

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  3. Mike
    on November 6, 2014 at 4:40 pm

    Well…..since the Farmer’s Almanac predicted a hot, dry summer here in Michigan that never materialized, I’m not putting any stock in their winter forecast.

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  4. Phil
    on November 6, 2014 at 9:55 pm

    NOAA is on record for a warmer winter.

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  5. EfrenSalazar
    on February 24, 2015 at 9:30 pm

    I just order a part yesterday I received today im very happy for the fast and

    reliable service I will order aogain thank you very much for you exelent service.

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