Prepare Now for 1st Plowable Snow in MA, NH, ME with an 80% Accuracy Forecast

Living in New England, we are no strangers to winter. We’ve experienced all sorts of weather conditions, but when the snow really starts to fall, it’s important to be prepared. While we can’t always predict what Mother Nature has in store for us, we try our best to stay alert and ready. From coats and gloves to earmuffs or hats, we know how to bundle up and face whatever comes our way. Whether it’s a massive snowstorm or an unexpected weather pattern, we’re always on the lookout and ready to tackle the winter season.

As per the Old Farmer’s Almanac, which is based in Dublin, New Hampshire and has been operational since 1792, we might experience plowable snow as early as November and even a nor’easter in the 2023-2024 winter season. With an 80% accuracy rate, the Old Farmer’s Almanac is considered the oldest in North America, unlike the Farmer’s Almanac, which has a lower accuracy rate of 50%. As per Boston 25 Weather, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine usually witness snow-producing nor’easters in late January through February, but the 2023-2024 forecast by the Old Farmer’s Almanac indicates a possible change in this pattern.

Fortunately, there’s some positive news regarding the amount of snowfall in New England.

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As per the Old Farmer’s Almanac, despite the possibility of a few nor’easters and heavy snowstorms in the 2023-2024 season, the overall snowfall in our region is expected to be mild compared to other states like the Midwest, Mountain states, parts of the south, and Pacific Northwest. However, we can still expect to experience the usual cold winter temperatures. While it’s important to remember that this is only a forecast and not set in stone, with an 80% accuracy rate, there’s reason to be optimistic.

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