This is going to be a short prediction, because what I see is that we’re not going to have a winter like 2014, at all. For most of the nation – “most” – the winter will be a lot milder than 2014. The areas that will be extremely cold again in 2015, will be around the Great Lakes including west of Lake Michigan, and the northern New England states and cities.
The rest of the nation, including all the areas I haven’t mentioned and won’t be going into detail about, because there’s no need to – will be milder. This is it. There’s nothing dramatic and amazing about a mild winter. That’s what most of the nation will have – mild. There will be some cold weather in the central US, around Nebraska, but once again, not anywhere like 2014.
And if you don’t yet know what kind of winter it’s going to be in your area of the nation after reading the above prediction, the answer is “Milder.”
How does the famous catch phrase go that we’ve all heard over and over and over and over (and now here)???
“What part of “Milder” don’t you understand?”
Yeah, that’s it. Imagine a winter designed by Disney – a little action and adventure, but a whole lot of “mildness”. Rated PG because of the Great Lakes and the New England states.
My suggestion: Plant a winter garden and tend it throughout. (I mention this because of what I blogged about food prices.)
“We are alive, now, and we are alive, now, for eternity.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2014, Jodie Senkyrik)