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The Farmers’ Almanac is Predicting Canada’s Upcoming Winter, and It Doesn’t Look Good

Upcoming winter forecasts have been released to the public, and many have been worried about what they have read. They have predicted Canada’s very harsh and “unreasonably cold” winter. This upcoming winter will be very severe, and old records will be broken. Many have been advising Canadians to stay alarmed for winter with the motto “Shake! Shiver! Shovel!”.

They announced that the first winter day will be on December 21, but no one should get excited because “that doesn’t always mean that the cold temperatures and snow storms will wait until then.” 

In the Prairies and Rockies, temperatures will drop to hilarious degrees, such as -40 degrees Celsius and colder during January. On the other hand, Ontario and Quebec will be facing a winter with heavy snowfalls. “Areas south of the storm track (much of the Southeast) will see frequent storms bringing cold rains and a wintry mix of wet snow, sleet, ice, freezing rain—and chilly temperatures. The I-95 corridor can be included in this winter mix zone, with places to the north of the track seeing the precipitation fall more as snow and, at times, a lot of it. This may be especially true over the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes area.” warned the writers of The Farmers’ Almanac.

This winter will be unlike any other winter, so Canadians should get prepared and ready for all kinds of possibilities. “I’m excited about this because I enjoy winter very much. Maybe many people would feel very blue about this, but I’m okay with it.” answered a Canadian citizen when asked about her opinion on this topic. 

A record-breaking winter is coming. A winter as cold as the arctic will be hitting Canada, and Canadians should start stocking up on their winter needs. Everyone should get proper winter wear and good heaters in their homes. 


– Halla Alhamed, U Multicultural

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of U Multicultural.


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