For the last 195 years, the Farmers' Almanac has been forecasting the weather with amazing accuracy.
So what does this winter have in store for us? Well, that entirely depends on where you live.
Farmers' Almanac forecasts are usually approximately 80% accurate, putting ordinary meteorologists to shame.
Last year was confusing to say the least. At times, weather would be unseasonably warm, and at other times it would be frigid cold. Old Man Winter was riddled with indecisiveness during the 2015-16 winter season, and it was hard to adjust with the fluctuations. But you aren't interested in last year, right? Let's get to this year's winter weather outlook.
United States Winter Outlook 2016-17
If you're living in the Northeast, Great Lakes or the Midwest, you'll be seeing some cold and snowy conditions as early as mid-November.