Just outside of NYC (about 20 miles north of Times Square), it's snowing again. We now have about two solid (frozen) feet of snow laying around; streets are very narrow and intersections are blind. Supposed to warm up after this so that it all can slide off the roofs and we can flood.
As they used to say upstate, "another ten inches of flurries..".
The Farmers' Almanac's Web site explains that its forecaster (referred to only by his pseudonym, Caleb Weatherbee) uses a "top secret mathematical and astronomical formula, that relies on sunspot activity, tidal action, planetary position and many other factors" to predict weather sixteen months in advance for seven different U.S. climate zones.
Sounds interesting and I use a similar formula to decide when to work in my darkroom.
It's a nice sunny winter day and fairly mild here and although we have had a very wet winter so far and there has been terrible and massive flooding in some parts of the U.K. mainly in the south of the country.We have had no snow yet and I'm keeping my fingers crossed because if we don't have any in the next six weeks or so we've got away with it and it's the spring
it's been very mild in the Norther U.K for the last few days with a decent amount of sunshine almost like Spring,although it's been the wettest Winter in Britain on record and there have been massive floods in some areas, but very little snow so far.