“Depending on where you live and how much cold and snow you like, we have bad news and we have good news…”
– Editor Peter Geiger, Philom.
So writes the editor for the Famer’s Almanac. At this point, he can say, “I told you so.” We’ve endured the blizzard of January 2016 and the snow keeps on coming.
The Farmer’s Almanac predicted a repeat of last year with an “unseasonably cold conditions over the Atlantic Seaboard, eastern portions of the Great Lakes, and lower peninsula of Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and most of Tennessee…New Englanders will once again experience a very frigid (shivery) winter (Déjà Vu).”
While many are hunkering down close to their heaters and staying as warm as possible, there’s a whole other brand of cat (or we should say “rabbit”) that are reveling in this weather. And those are the “snow bunnies.”
The New England Snow Forecast can tell you where to find the best snow — and this year we’re not referring to snow machines. Jimmy Peak in Massachusetts has a base ranging from 18 to 51 inches and Hunter Mountain in New York reports a base of 28 to 60 inches. You can watch the forecasts and plan your ski trip, even if only a day trip.
Gather up your group of friends, all pitch in to rent a minibus and let a professional drive you to the ski resort. Relax and have fun along the way. This is the year! The blizzard winter of 2016! Hoo hah! Hit the slopes!
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